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Sea Salt Delivers Iodine for Student Athletes (with less sodium)
Nov 21, 2019
NSU Urges Vegetarian/Vegan Athletes: “Use Iodized Salt.”
Its hot-off-the-press Nutrition Manual for Student Athletes, Nova Southeastern University – College of Osteopathic Medicine urges vegetarian/vegan athletes to use iodized salt.
To read the Nutrition Manual, click here: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2587&context=hpd_com_faculty_articles/
Salting food may affect hypertension leading to heart disease, but SEA SALT, with over 80 necessary micronutrients, has a “saltier” taste, delivers less sodium, and is appropriate for low-salt diets.
The addition of iodine to sea salt complements its health benefits.
For more information, iodized sea salt is a healthier alternative to bleached and purified sodium chloride. Visit: https://www.iodineproducts.com/collections/food-products/products/iodized-sea-salt