Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
Salt, Calcium Silicate (Anticaking Agent), Dextrose, Potassium Iodide, Sodium Bicarbonate.
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Reviews For Iodized Sea Salt
Based on 9 Reviews
My sister is a Naturopath and she suggested that I change to sea salt. Evidently, when other salt companies manufacture salt from mines, they heat it to high temps which changes it molecularly which causes high blood pressure, whereas evaporated sea salt has little change to the BP. I have high BP so this fits in well with my diet. Hain is a good company putting out solid products, so I happily buy from them. The discounted price from Thrive helps, too, as it's cheaper to buy online than from a local store, whose price is full retail. Sea salt also contains trace minerals lost from processed salt. Hain adds iodine to the sea salt (as do salt processors) so our thyroids stay healthy.
Would not purchase with an anti-caking agent. When I use sea salt, I give it a shake before dispensing and there is no need for additives.
Iodized Sea Salt
There isn't much to say about salt, but we appreciate the availability of this product at Thrive Market.
Ordering Iodized Sea Salt
I indicated that I wanted to buy Iodized Sea Salt. It said that I have 1 in the cart. Then... there is No way to continue with the order.
- Sue Benison
The only salt I use for everyday cooking. If it is not pink, it is HAIN.
Why does this salt have sugar in it?
This salt contains dextrose, a form of glucose. I prefer my salt to not contain sugar in it. I'll stick with pure sea salt and get my iodine elsewhere.
- Rebecca A
Healthier Sea Salt
Getting your iodide in your daily diet is important, and some sea salt brands seem to be missing that. I chose this brand to ensure that I was getting the nutrients that I needed. It has a a delicious texture and flavor to it, and I barely have noticed the switch from regular table salt to this. It's still sodium, so you still need to watch how much you eat, but at least this is a healthier alternative.
- Timothy W.
I use sea salt a lot for baking, and for general salting around the house. Sometimes, when you get iodized salt, you can taste it, but Hain's doesn't haven't that problem. This is a good size for the same price I pay for Morton's regular table salt, and it will last half the year. I also find that sea salt brings out more flavors in my sauces, so that's a definite bonus.
- Myra F.
Natural sea salt
I love the fact that this sea salt is iodized, as iodine is important for the body. But there's nothing but evaporated sea water in this salt, which means I'm not eating a lot of other additives or chemicals.
It does the job well, and I find that with sea salt, I use less than with normal table salt. I think it's a more concentrated and stronger salt overall.
- Merle Fernandez
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