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When Salt is a Good Thing

December 6 2012

When Salt is a Good Thing
By: Debra Meszaros
Body Performance Coach

What would be left of your body if it was turned to ashes? What if all the water in your body was taken away? What would remain?

What would be left are the basic chemical building blocks of the body known as cell salts.

There are twelve biochemic tissue salts that make up the human body. They are used on the cellular level and are “root” elements of health, as they affect or control all that transpires in the body. When attempting to “get to the bottom” of foundational reasons for disease and dysfunction, we find these building blocks are often deficient. So is it possible that if we kept these salts in balance we’d maintain optimal health?

Our lifestyles leave the majority of us in periods of stress. Whether this stress is from an emotional, mental, or physical cause, it is still stress, and has an adverse affect on every one of us. It is highly likely that with decades of practicing this type of lifestyle, the stress begins to affect our assimilation of nutrients. Our digestive abilities normally decline as we age, and minerals begin to be poorly absorbed. Many people regardless of age have compromised absorption due to prior antibiotic use, pharmaceuticals, and food allergies and intolerances.

Are we able to trick the body into absorbing minerals?

Cell salts are in ionic form, therefore very digestible. They are biochemic remedies in homogenous homeopathic form. When these tiny tablets are placed under the tongue to dissolve, they go directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive system. Since they are in a form that cells already recognize, they are sucked into the cellular membrane instantly. This becomes an excellent option for those who exercise, train for a sport, or simply perform any action that results in excessive sweat. Your essential minerals can be restored instantly with the use of cell salts. This could quicken recovery and speed up cellular repair. The advantage of this nutrient being in a reduced ionic form is that once enough of a cell salt has been absorbed, the remaining balance is easily excreted without stress to your elimination system. This is different then an herb, nutritional supplement, or pharmaceutical, since the body expends no energy to dispose of the excess.

What can these salts do for us?

These salts known as Bioplasma cell or tissue salts are associated with: all elastic fibers of skin, vessels, bone surfaces, teeth, connective tissue, blood plasma, liver and bile fluids, muscles, brain cells, intercellular fluids, nerves, hair, and nails. Some of the actions they are involved in are: the uptake of fluids into your cells, the regulation of the excretion of excess water, transportation of oxygen, the breakdown of old red blood corpuscles, the prevention of illness, and healing processes.

Hopefully I have shed some light on the fact that all “salts” are not created equally. BioPlasma cell (tissue) salts can be found on the internet or local health food stores along with a vast amount of educational information. Happy exploring!

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