Type of Salt and usage

"You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt has become tasteless, how can it be made salty [again?] It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled under foot by men. You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden; nor does [anyone] light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on the lampstand, and it gives light to all who are in the house. Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven."
Matthew 5:13-16  (NASB

Diamond Crystal kosher salt, table salt, and a finely ground sea salt.

Salt Plan and iodized - Use for baking, cooking, and at-the-table seasoning.

Table salt is made by driving water into a salt deposit; evaporating the brine that is formed, leaving dried cube-like crystals that look like granulated sugar. Table salt often is mixed with iodine to prevent goiter and as an anti-caking agent

Course Kosher salt - Kosher for Passover There altogether two main types of Kosher salt Flaked Salt and four-sided crystal or Diamond Crystal Coarse Kosher salt. Kosher Salt is salt without any additives, It is made in much the same way as table salt, except that it is raked continuously during the evaporation, giving it a lighter and flakier texture. kosher salt grains are larger than regular table salt grains, when meats are coated in kosher salt the salt does not dissolve readily It is use in making meat kosher by drawing out the blood and also perfect for steaming crabs

How  to Koshering Meat or Poultry

Sea Salt - Sea salt, which comes in fine or coarse crystals, is made from sea water that has been trapped and evaporated. The fine crystals resemble table salt, while the coarse crystals look like the grains on soft pretzels. salt harvested from the Mediterranean Sea,Sea Salt add the gourmet touch to your beef, seafood, poultry and vegetable dishes

Nature's Seasons® Seasoning Blend - Makes even ordinary food taste extraordinary--without a trace of MSG.Nature's Seasons brings out the flavor of fresher, lighter foods without overpowering them. Use it on chicken, fish, vegetables, pasta, even salads.

Popcorn Salt - A super-fine salt designed especially to adhere to popcorn and other snack items. Can also be used for french fries and corn-on-the-cob.

Salt Substitute (Plain and Seasoned)- A potassium chloride product* designed for persons on a doctor-recommended sodium restricted diet. The seasoned product contains additional spices. Use in cooking and at-the-table seasoning.* Remember to consult a physician before using any salt substitute

Hot Salt - Spice up quiet mmeals and give your favorite flavors a feisty flare. Chicken, burgers, pizza, potatoes, even salads are suddenly surprising. For recipe ideas click here.

Rock Salt - (for making Ice Cream) Sprinkle over ice in picnic coolers to rapidly chill canned or bottled beverages.

Canning and Pickling Salt - A pure granulated salt, with no preservatives or freeflowing agents added. Use in cooking, canning and pickling.

Sausage and Meat Loaf Seasoning Mix - A complete mixture containing salt and spices blended to exact proportions to make delicious breakfast sausage, meat loaf, poultry dressings and other meat specialties.

Sugar Cure® Product (Plain and Smoke Flavored)- A product formulated for dry or sweet pickle curing of hams and bacon.

Tender Quick® Product - A product perfected for dry or sweet pickle cure and for pumping hams and shoulders. Quickly produces flavorful, uniformly cured meat.

Vacuum Pan Salt Refining Table salt is typical of the fine, granulated-evaporated salt produced in vacuum pan evaporators.


Salt cater for the needs of Medical food restrict

Diabetic hypertension Salt intake Guide

Life Stream: Sea Salt Iodized / Non-Iodized

Nt Wt 260z (737g) http://www.naturespath.com Salt lore

Epson Salts Fulfate BP for temporary relief of muscular aches n stiffs of joints

Genser Reduced Sodium Salt -  Halal / 50% less sodium 1/2 sodium CChloride with iodone; 1/2 Potassium Choride, For cooking and table use, with the full favour of Table Salt. NT WT 250 g. this product is not suitable for those who suffer from complicated Kidney disease. Please consult your medical practioner. Use as you comon table salt,  Product of Argentina

Ingredient: Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride allowed anti-caking agents (are magnesium carbonate & sodium silicoaluminate) Potassium iodate. sodium  per serving 193 mg per 100g = 19g. Website information : http://www.genser.com.ar  Sole agent http://www.shabaz.com.sg

Genser Diet Salt 0.03% sodium; Salt substitute with very low sodium content. For diet with a low or restricted sodium and potassium intake. Not suitable for use with certain diuretics. Please consult your medical Practioner.

Ingredient: Potassium Chloride, Tartaric Acid, Potassium Bibcarbonate allowed anti-caking agent (Silicon dioxide & Magnesium carbonate & potassium iodate)

Common salt, that includes sea salt, is sodium chloride and the harmful part of the salt is the presence of the sodium as a mineral which has to be eliminated when its presence is very high. Some examples of foods that we should try not to eat too much of are:

Tomato Ketchup; Shrimps/Prawns; Cold Cuts; Beef burgers; Bacon; Margarine (salted; Butter (salted) Canned sardines; Blue Cheese; Processed Cheese; Most Cheeses; Black Pudding; Cornflakes; Amongst others.

Half way through a human being's life, at around the age of 40 and above, is when we are usually recommended to decrease their sodium intake at a doctors visit. At first, we stops consuming salt, but will later revert the situation believing that “we are feeling better” and will take up the consumption of salt again as it is a difficult habit to break.

Salt and Sodium

Salt can raise blood pressure, and people with diabetes should limit salt intake, particularly if they have hypertension, are overweight, or both. Overweight people who have a high sodium intake may be at increased risk for death from heart disease. High salt diets in people who are sensitive to its effects may harm the kidney and brain, even independently of high blood pressure. Restricting salt also enhances the benefits of nearly all standard antihypertensive drugs by reducing potassium loss, and may help protect against kidney disease in patients who are also taking calcium-blocker drugs.

Although it is not clear whether restricting sodium adds any benefits for most people whose diets are rich in fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products and who are not salt-sensitive, it is always wise to aim for a maximum of 2,000 mg sodium intake. Simply eliminating table and cooking salt can be beneficial. Salt alternatives, such as Cardia, containing mixtures of potassium, sodium, and magnesium are now available but are costly. It should be noted, however, that about 75% of the salt in the typical American diet comes from processed or commercial foods, so the benefits of table-salt substitutes are likely to be very modest. Some sodium is essential to protect the heart.

Scriptural Teaching about Salt for believers in Yeshua

Mt 5:13 "You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt has become tasteless, how * can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled under foot by men.

Mr 9:50 "Salt is good; but if the salt becomes unsalty, with what will you make it salty again? Have salt in yourselves, and be at peace with one another."

Lu 14:34 "Therefore, salt is good; but if even salt has become tasteless, with what will it be seasoned ?

Col 4:6 Let your speech always be with grace, as though seasoned with salt, so that you will know how you should respond to each person.

Jas 3:12 Can a fig tree, my brethren, produce olives, or a vine produce figs ? Nor can salt water produce fresh.