Salt therapy, or holotherapy, has been used medicinally for centuries. It’s still relatively uncommon in the U.S., but that is slowly changing.
Here are 20 unusual and surprising household, beauty and health uses for salt, from cleaning the chimney to brightening your skin.
Salt is a natural resource that can bring numerous benefits to our body — it’s all in the quality.
The great fallacy is that things that make you feel good are bad for you. Do the things that feel good, and you may live longer! Find out how these six beliefs are actually false and you may find yourself a little bit freer!
Himalayan salt caves are one of the best ways to get a nutrient boost and respiratory cleanse, while basking in utter relaxation. Discover why Eastern Europeans have been using salt caves for centuries, as a treatment for various ailments.
This delicious smoothie tastes like candy canes and has the texture of a milk shake – without dairy!
HoneyColony looks at why it’s important to know the type of salt you’re sprinkling on your food.
The delicious Paleo version of mashed potatoes, without all the heavy butter and cream.
All salts are not equal in terms of origin, chemistry, crystal structure, biological effects—or even flavor!
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Food industry giants are pumping our chicken full of artificial “flavor enhancers” to hide the fact that the meat is stringy and malnourished.