For the first time in America history, more people will die from overeating processed foods than from starvation. The Canadian Medical Association Journal compared salt content of 2,124 items from Burger King, Domino’s Pizza, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Pizza Hut and Subway. The amount of salt in today’s diet is causing our immune systems to rebel against us, causing MS, asthma, psoriasis and Crohn’s. Sodium causes fluid retention in congestive heart failure patients, high BP, cirrhosis and kidney disease.
One packet of KFC’s Marzetti Light Italian Dressing only has 15 calories and 0.5 grams fat, but 510 mg sodium. Bread is the No. 1 source of refined salt consumption in the American diet, according to the CDC. Just one 6-inch Roasted Garlic loaf from Subway; just the bread, no meat, no cheeses, no nothing, has 1,260 mg sodium, as much as 14 strips of greasy bacon.
Yale scientists say salty junk food diets could be partly to blame for Auto-Immune disease, heart disease and cancer. Yale University says your temple’s T cells help other cells fight dangerous pathogens. Scientists discovered exposing these cells in a lab to a table salt solution made them more aggressive. Our Creator had clearly not intended for the immune system to attack its host body. It develops when the immune system mistakes nerve fibers in the brain and spinal cord for a foreign invader. It strips nerve fibers, disrupting messages passed between the brain and body causing problems with speech, vision and balance.
Refined, processed and bleached salts are the problem. Salt is critical to our health and the most readily available nonmetallic mineral on earth. Our temples are not designed to process refined sodium chloride since it has no nutrition. However, when salt is rose-colored crystals of Himalayan rock salt or the grey texture of Celtic salt, our temples benefit enormously. “These mineral salts are identical to the elements of which our bodies have been built and were originally found in the primal ocean from where life originated. We have salty tears and salty perspiration. The chemical and mineral composition of our blood and body fluids are similar to sea water. From the beginning of life, as unborn babies, we are encased in a sack of salty fluid.”
Too few minerals, starvation, rather than too much salt, may be to blame. Salt’s always been part of the human diet, but what has changed is the mineral content of our food. Instead of eating food high in minerals, such as nuts, fruit and vegetables, people pig out on “mineral empty” processed food and fizzy drinks. If you think you’re having too much of a good thing, you probably are.
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