Some science behind the scenes
A great number of chemicals are used to preserve and add 'flavour' to food in the manufacture of food for widespread consumption. But one preservative and flavouring agent used in enormous quantities is table salt. Table salt differs from sea salt for example, or crystallised salt in that it contains anticaking agents such as sodium aluminosilicate or magnesium carbonate to make it free-flowing. In other words table salt contains aluminium.
There appears to be a widely held belief that salt does you harm. But it is not the salt that does you harm, it is the aluminium. Aluminium preservatives are also used in a host of other food preservatives and at the levels consumed and used they constitute a toxin.
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