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Salt of the earth

A good sprinkle of quality, mineralrich salt should be revered, not feared, says nutritionist Eve Kalinik
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Salt has suffered a bit of a bashing in the press over the past few years. Many an article has linked consumption of this king of condiments to a host of conditions, including high blood pressure and degenerative bone health. But let’s take a small step backwards and diffierentiate between ‘bad salt’ and the mineralrich kind that is essential for our health.

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