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Benefits of Pink Himalayan Salt

Benefits of

Pink Himalayan Salt

Pink Himalayan salt is one of the most talked about salts all over the world. It has its chemical composition similar to table salt with 98% sodium chloride. The light pink tint color of this salt is because of presence of trace minerals including potassium, magnesium and calcium.

Pink Himalayan salt


The use of this salt is similar to the common table salt which includes cooking, as a food seasoning and food preservation. Pink salt in the form of blocks is also used as serving dishes and cutting board. Some people also buy lamps and candle holders which are made of pink himalayan salt.

Do we need Pink Himalayan Salt!

Sodium is the main essence of the salt and the bodily requirements are varied as it is needed for:

  • Contraction and relaxation of muscles
  • Prevention of dehydration
  • Prevention of low blood pressure
  • Maintenance of proper fluid balance

Research says that salt consumption reduces the risk of infection by killing harmful bacteria. Some researchers say that it also reduces the symptoms of depression as tested on animals.


pink himalayan salt

High mineral content

According to the sources, the pink Himalayan salt includes up to 84 different trace minerals. The comparatively limited quantities to the normal salt consumption are unlikely to cause any positive health benefits.

Natural Salt

The pink salt is more natural being rock salt, than the table salt. This salt is also beneficial as the table salt is highly refined and somewhat mixed with anti caking agents such as sodium aluminosilicate.

Hydration Aid

It is believed that the Pink salt addition to the meals or drinks helps the body in achieving the required fluid balance along with preventing dehydration. Pink Himalayan salt sells like hot cakes among the Keto Dieters.

Concerns about Pink Himalayan Salt

Intake of Iodine

Iodine is the mineral required by the human body to maintain proper thyroid function. Some great sources of iodine include fish, dairy, eggs and sea vegetables. The Himalayan pink salt naturally contains iodine, lesser than the iodised salt. So if you are suffering from deficiency of iodine you need to look for more sources of iodine if you regularly consume pink salt.

Intake of Sodium

Though sodium is the life preserving element, it is vital for monitoring any type of salt. However the content of sodium required by the body is much lesser but too much of this can cause a negative impact. The people who are suffering from any kind of kidney, heart or liver diseases should have a regular check on the consumption of sodium and the intake of salt including the Himalayan salt should be controlled. Usually people tend to consume more sodium than they need. If excess is consumed, the kidneys work to remove the excess in the form of urine. When this is not under control it builds up as fluid between the cells which is known as interstitial fluid.

Our Take

Currently there is no scientific evidence that assures that the pink Himalayan salt is more beneficial than the regular salt yet the benefits of being unprocessed salt with the presence of trace minerals is a big boost to better health.

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