Sodium and potassium mineral balance for reduced water retention in the body.
Healthier salt for cooking and table use. Enjoy salt with out all the strain on the body. My mom has used it for over 20 years in all her home prepared foods. She also carries it with her in a small container when she travels. We have noticed that when we eat food containing regular salt (like in a restaurant), we don't feel so good. We experience swelling from excess water retention, ie. puffy eyes and fingers, and excessive thirst, etc...
Super good on foods you like highly salted, such as popcorn, chips, roasted nuts, soups, spaghetti, garlic bread...
Place in a salt shaker and use as regular table salt.
Make your own garlic salt, onion salt, seasoned salt, etc,,,
1 part favorite sea salt (unbleached)
1 part food-grade potassium chloride (often sold as a salt substitute in grocery stores)
Mix together well and store covered.
You can vary the proportions of sea salt and potassium chloride, to taste.
examples: 75% sea salt to 25% potassium chloride,
This is a good place to start to get used to the BioSalt.
Note: We don't use over 50% potassium chloride in the blend.
Tip: Now brand offers an 8-ounce bottle of potassium chloride.
BALANCED SEASONED SALT Recipe:
1/4 c. BioSalt
1 to 2 t. powdered erythritol or xylitol or preferred dry sugar substitute
1 to 2 t. sweet paprika
1 to 2 t. onion powder (not onion salt)
1 to 2 t. garlic powder (not garlic salt)
1/4 t. tumeric powder
1/8 t. ground celery seed
1 t. fresh ground black pepper, or to taste
Mix it to your taste, store covered, and enjoy this go-to seasoning.
|BALANCED SEASONED SALT|
BALANCED ONION SALT or GARLIC SALT Recipe:
1/4 c. BIOSALT
2 T. to 1/4 c. powdered or granulated garlic powder OR onion powder, to taste
Mix to your taste and store covered.
Photos of the process:
|Measure out your BioSalt and Onion Powder or Garlic Powder.|
|Mix together well.|
|Bottle it up.|
Leila & Nancy