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Samantha Skyring will discuss salt tonight and its impact on our health, hydration and performance. Most of us are familiar with the 3 main types of salt which all have problems. SEA SALT which is full of plastics and the other pollution from the ocean. TABLE SALT which is made from sea salt, so it is heavily processed and refined, sometimes bleached, and added are chemicals and anti-caking agents to stop salt from absorbing moisture. And HIMALAYAN SALT, which is not renewable.

The alternative is Oryx Desert Salt. This is naturally organic and full of minerals. It is found in an underground lake from the Kalahari Desert of South Africa. This is Desert Salt - a new category of salt. It is not polluted, as it is 175 miles from people. It is from an underground salt lake, which is renewed & sustained by 3 rivers that flow 100-300 ft below the ground. Because the area is so remote, oryx salt is naturally organic and  contains essential minerals & trace elements balanced by nature. It flows through rocks tested at 300 million years old. It has not been touched by humans (a rare phenomenon on the planet). Because of its nature, nothing is added. 

The company which makes Oryx Desert Salt uses ceramic grinder heads (which don’t grind plastic into your food) They are environmentally responsible, being refillable and reusable countless times.They also make a salt which tastes more full than sea salt (which is generally bitter, sharp and aggressive with an after taste. They are all about giving back. https://www.xauslodge.co.za/news/oryx-desert-salt-supports-community 

 

 

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