Water Sole – Morning Routine

Sole pronounced “So-lay” has amazing health benefits!

I’m not talking about table salt which is 97% sodium chloride, chemically produced, devoid of any nutrients, contains aluminum which has been linked to Alzheimer’s and can cause water retention. We’re talking about real, unprocessed, unbleached, mineral-rich unrefined natural salt such as: Himalayan or @redmondrealsalt These salts contain 60 trace minerals needed by the human body. We’re constantly being told to drink large amounts of water to flush out toxins and stay hydrated. But drinking too much plain water can over dilute the body, lowering metabolism and stress out our body. Our cells rely on minerals and electrolytes to function properly.
When you drink loads of plain water your kidney’s respond by making you go pee a lot – but drinking water with a bit of salt allows your body to absorb and assimilate the fluids you are taking in.
Minerals are the building blocks for proper nutrition and health. Dr. Linus Pauling once said that “you can trace every disease, every sickness, and every ailment to a mineral deficiency”. Minerals are essential to absorb vitamins and nutrients. To make matters worse, due to the depleted soils, mineral deficiencies are becoming much more common.
Health benefits include: support weight loss, detoxing, balanced hormones, beautiful skin, if you’ve just started a low carb diet adding water sole can really help with the detox symptoms and if you’re struggling with thyroid or adrenal issues, this is a really easy way to get the much needed minerals.
To make a water sole – add 1/3 cup of either Himalayan or #redmondrealsalt to a large mason jar, fill the rest of the jar with clean water. Cover with a non-metal cap or with parchment paper (metal de-ionizes the salt). Also, use a wooden spoon to stir. Allow it to sit for 24 hours, the water will be completely saturated with minerals. Add 1 tsp of water sole each morning in a glass of water. That’s it… how easy is this!

Healthy Comforts – A collection of over 150 recipes that are free from gluten, dairy, grains, soy and refined sugar. By Lena Ferrara, C.I. and Melinda Rapallo-Ferrara, MEd.

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