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Mineral Additives Okay?

Posted by Ron (FL) on 08/28/2006

I have a question. Would iodized sea salt with calcium silicate and sodiumbicarbonate work? thanks for your time.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

Ron: No calcium silicate, and an ordinary sea salt should better than iodized them since it must go through processing. If you just on iodine kelp would be better. Iodized sea salt if it go through processing will loose some minerals and acquire things we don't want. Usually minimized processing is better to protect against unnecessary heavy metals from machinery and other contaminants often found in factories.