Yes, salt is good for you! I’m sure you have probably heard of himalayan salt lamps and himalayan pink salt and how beneficial it is for your health. If you haven’t, I want to share some factoids with you…and scroll down to the bottom for an amazing contest!
These lamps are becoming more and more popular, not only for their beautiful lighting, but for their amazing health benefits.
Not only does this salt purify the air, combat bacteria and help with lung function, but it can also fight depression. I have two of them and absolutely love them and use them everyday. I also use pink himalayan salt as I would table salt on my foods and in recipes and it can be found just about anywhere these days. It comes in a variety of forms and for a replacement for table salt, it comes in fine and coarse grind so you can use it in a salt grinder.
It honestly tastes better than table salt in my opinion. I have found some at some local stores like TJMaxx, whole food type stores and my local grocery store as well as most online grocery stores.
I love the fact that I can simply turn on a lamp and get healthy. How awesome is that?! Check out the graphic below and a few more articles at the bottom and don’t forget to enter the contest from So Well to win TWO of them!
You can win two himalayan salt lamps from So Well Made!
Check it out here and enter! No purchase is necessary but one does increase your chance of winning by giving you more entries!
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