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Yes, Celtic and Himalayan salt are poisonous, Processed cheese for breakfast?

Breakfast- 10 medjool dates

Lunch- a salad bar salad with Romaine Lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, shredded carrots, walnuts, and raisins, no dressing

Dinner- 2 lbs red seedless grapes

I've missed writing.  Tonight at the Raw Health and Happiness Society meeting I told Blanche that I would get back to writing soon.

Tonight at the meeting  we talked about how added salt is poisonous to the body.  Added salt includes table salt, Celtic salt, Himalayan salt, etc.; none of these are organic salts that can be used by the body.  When consumed it passes through our system unchanged and it wreaks havoc on our physiological functions.

Several of us shared that we know that when we choose to eat raw food preparations that have added salt we're compromising our optimal health.  I notice that I feel headachy and my lower legs feel swollen after eating raw food that has salt added to it. 

Added salt is a cytotoxin; it kills living cells on contact.  That's why our body craves water after we consume salt; the body is trying to dilute the poisonous effects.  The people that sell salt are going to tell you that it is good for you.

Yesterday, I went to the Galaxy cafe to eat breakfast.  I ordered a peppermint tea(a compromise), a glass of fresh orange juice and two large fresh fruit salads.  As I ate there was a couple with a baby seated near me. The baby was about 9 months old.  The mother laid out a plastic placemat for the baby to use and then she proceeded to tear up squares of processed cheese for the baby to eat.  That was the baby's breakfast!  It's practically criminal!  I felt very saddened by the sight.  They probably believe that the processed cheese is providing calcium and protein for the baby.  That baby should have been eating my breakfast, sans the peppermint tea!


Posted on Monday, September 25, 2006 at 09:01PM by Registered CommenterStephen Parker | Comments2 Comments

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Reader Comments (2)

Yeah Stephen !!!!
Glad to see you are back and writing .I missed you. Keep up the good work.
September 27, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterBlanche
this is a gooddddddddddddddd blog love mz.manny
November 26, 2007 | Unregistered Commenterjavante

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