Yeah, just a pinch of Pink Himalayan Salt.
Himalayan Salt If you slept 8 hours, which we hope you did you just went 8 hours without drinking water. We all wake up dehydrated and to feel like...
If you slept 8 hours, which we hope you did you just went 8 hours without drinking water. We all wake up dehydrated and to feel like the legend you are you need to hydrate. Water in the morning is important. But when you are ready for your morning ritual we wanted to add something to your mud that helps keep our tribe hydrated. So we added Pink Himalayan salt. Yes, Pink Himalayan salt. Bit weird we know but Himalayan salt has many benefits with hydration and even oral health.
Salt has a bad rep and it should. The white table salt you see on restaurant counters and Himalayan salt are two very different things. Table salt has been refined to a point where all of its beneficial minerals have been taken out of it. All that is left is sodium and chloride which causes a lot of imbalances in your body. Himalayan salt takes little processing to be made which leaves key minerals left in it.
The minerals that are left in Himalayan salt include sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium all contribute to maintaining an electrolyte balance within your body. Electrolytes are crucial for your energy levels, your muscles, and hydration. A study showed that 75% of Americans are dehydrated and most are considered chronically dehydrated. Himalayan salt will help hydrate you and keep you hydrated throughout your busy day.
Himalayan salt has been shown to improve digestion as well. It helps with the production of hydrochloric acid in the stomach which is secreted to help digest food. Most people are insufficient in producing this acid which can lead to a lot of digestive issues like bloating, gas, and heartburn. The pinch of Himalayan salt we put in your tin will help with all this.
We have all been face to face with a coffee drinker. They don’t even have to tell us that they were drinking coffee. We smell it instantly. Coffee breath is an epidemic that is sweeping our nation. Salt has been shown to improve oral health by destroying pathogenic bacteria that are responsible for gingivitis and bad breath. Your move coffee drinkers…