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Table Salt is made from Crude Oil Waste

This video, Table Salt is made from Crude Oil Waste, was filmed at The Dubai Mall & The Dubai Fountain, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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VIDEO TRANSCRIPT

Table salt is not really salt, but rather a chemical concoction which is dangerous for your health.

Since there are many methods to produce the salt, and many different manufacturers with their own recipes, you never really know what you are getting. So, let me shed some light on the possibilities.

Firstly, salt can be mined as a mineral, or taken from a brine. It’s labour and time intensive to let salt dry in the sun, so the common method is to heat the brine at ridiculously high temperatures to remove the water. There are normally 80+ vital minerals in salt, and these are destroyed in this heating process, and if they are not removed, additional chemicals are added to purify the salt.

The next issue with the production is the source of the brine. According to an article in The Times of India, and mentioned in a 1996 paper commissioned by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, the brine can be waste from crude oil production.
You see, extracted oil has water droplets with salts, and they rust the oil pipes, so this brine is always removed after extracting the oil from the ground. But it’s a waste product that they have to dispose of, so what better way to make money than to sell a waste product for a profit.

Typically, table salt is anywhere from 97% to 99% sodium chloride, with the balance being chemical additives. They can vary widely, but include anti-caking agents like sodium silicoaluminate and magnesium carbonate, toxic potassium iodide, fluoride derivatives, aluminium hydroxide so it pours better, stabilisers like dextrose, and bleach to make it nice and white.

These are the 2 reasons table salt is not really salt. Our bodies and organs need the minerals in salt, but they are removed, and the up to 3% chemical content of table salt poisons our bodies. Table salt is so bad, that people will find if they just switched to natural salt alternatives, many of their diseases would disappear.

To find out more about these natural salt alternatives, please visit my website, at healthglade.com