Alkalizing 101: Salt And Vibrant Health
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  1. Cool! I never new that! I am trying to eat a more alkaline diet but it is difficult as I am in university and subject to dorm water and institutional food. Sigh, this salt would be a great and way to help alkalinize!

    Caroline | 12.04.2012 | Reply
    • knew*

      Caroline | 12.04.2012 | Reply
      • I had candida overgrowth because of an antibiotic for a long time. I can give you a simple advice. Try using Microhydrin to be able to bring you PH to a normal balance and a probiotic(achidophilus). In few days I started eating without having any allergies after, my energy is back to normal and try to go to gym as many times as possible. Infrared sauna helped me alot. Vitamin B complex, Calcium and Magnesium are really important aswell.

        angela | 11.20.2015 | Reply
  2. I’m going to quit drinking coffee this week. I’d really love to try this; I think it might help keep my energy levels up all day without craving the caffeine.

    Kristin | 12.04.2012 | Reply
  3. Love this! Where can I get that cute wooden container?

    anne | 12.04.2012 | Reply
  4. I have been educating myself on pH balance and striving to improve a little each month. I would love to try your liquid sea salt!

  5. carly | 12.04.2012 | Reply
  6. this is such a fascinating and relevant article! my husband is constantly examining different aspects of nutrition and salt was recently on his list. he has approached diet from both angles–little to no sodium when cooking and salt in moderation–to see how it would affect his body bc he gets palpitations occasionally. he’s also looked at foods that affect alkaline levels. i’ve always been a proponent but now i’m excited to shop for various versions of sea salt. the liquid sea salt sounds like a great place to start. thanks again! i’ve already forwarded this article to my husband!

    Jenn | 12.05.2012 | Reply
  7. About two months ago, I was sitting in class, and all the sudden had trouble breathing. The doctor said that my bronchial tubes spasmed. I was prescribed an inhaler. I’d had asthma when I was little, in which I had to use an inhaler, I was not thrilled. I am also a Vegan, for health reasons and am always looking for healthier choices. I’d like to see what pHlavor can do for me.

    Callie | 12.06.2012 | Reply
  8. My older brother has be telling me about alkalinizing myself. Like many other siblings in the world, we tend not to listen to our own. Well, now that I have read our article, I do believe it. I will continue to read your articles and I would truly love to win the phlavor give away, also.

    Jasmine | 12.06.2012 | Reply
  9. I recently watched a really inspiring video of George Falcon speaking, and it was all about balancing your PH levels and alkalizing the body. I’d love to give this method a try.

    Mysha | 12.06.2012 | Reply
  10. I would love to win this because #1 I would love to try this and #2 I love to win!! I have been eating a ph miracle alkaline diet and I am AMAZED at the results so far. My skin has improved dramatically and I can just imagine based on that how the other tissues in my body are responding. Yay!

    cyntha tinnin | 12.07.2012 | Reply
  11. This is amazing! I loved every bit of this article and am truly fascinated. I have a degree in dietetics and always love to expand my knowledge. Pieces of information like this only fuel my desire and passion to do so much more than just textbook type jobs. The world is too beautiful and creative to not explore on every horizon. Thank you!

    Tracy Hawk | 12.07.2012 | Reply

    The Chalkboard | 12.07.2012 | Reply
  13. That sounds great! Love the giveaway!

    manda | 12.09.2012 | Reply
  14. I WANT TO TRY THISSSSSSS! I am vegan and I start the day with a pint glass of water with fresh lemon juice for Alkalinity. Then I make a deliciousultra green smoothie in my vitamix. I eat tons of kale and dark leafy greens. Take a groovy Vit. B supplement and load up on flax etc. Lately I have been TIRED. Trying to figure out why. I read this article and though “Yes, send it to me!!! I want to spray it under my tongue when I am fatigued!! Yes sireee 🙂
    Anyway I’d be happy to try it out.

    Jamie Weiss | 12.09.2012 | Reply
  15. This is really interesting – I usually bounce between trying to cut out salt and then overdoing it. It’s nice to have this ‘permission’ to start using salt, intelligently, in our daily diets. Like (some) fats, salt gets a bad rap in the media while many forget about the beneficial aspects and how it’s necessary for overall wellness. Thanks for this lovely reminder!

    Kelly | 12.11.2012 | Reply
    • Thanks for your coment, Kelly! We think this article is so important to understand!

      The Chalkboard | 12.13.2012 | Reply
  16. My husband is diabetic and had a very difficult time controlling his sugar cravings! I would Love for him to Try this product! I want ty o keep him around for a while!!

    keri obzetic | 01.02.2013 | Reply
  17. This is so interesting! I’m going to share with family and friends.

    The cure for anything is salt water – sweat, tears, or the sea. ~ Isak Dinesen

    Jennifer Conrad | 01.21.2013 | Reply
  18. A very interesting read, I am learing every day good health advise. I suffer from under active throid and this article makes a good read

  19. The older I get, the more I notice a double chin a lot like my mother has 🙁
    I’d love to try phlavor to see if it makes a difference!

    Kendra | 04.08.2013 | Reply
  20. Wow! I had no idea. I’ve always avoided salt, but will completely rethink my approach. Thanks, Chalkboard!

    Heather | 04.15.2013 | Reply
    • You are so welcome, Heather! We love salt – just takes a little know-how to properly enjoy the good stuff!

      The Chalkboard | 04.16.2013 | Reply
  21. I’m diabetic (thyroid problems, double chin, pancreas problems, fatigued all the time, need to lose weight, sleep apnea, and all the fun things that go along with diabetes. My husband has been told to lay off salt altogether by his doctor, no apparent reason . However, I feel salt is important to our bodies and I’m even more convinced of it since reading this article. I was born and raised on the shoreline of Australia(always in the ocean) but my health has deterioted greatly since moving to Utah so I’d love to see the results of liquid pHlavor and prove the doctors wrong.

    Judith Winkelkotter | 04.23.2013 | Reply
  22. I’ve always been so salt phobic believing it aided in water retention and high blood pressure – I only use sea salt, Malden or gray but only sparingly in cooking and rarely if ever added after. I tick all of the boxes above and am astounded frankly. Starting today I’m embracing this essential element obviously missing from my diet! Thanks for concise information!

    Cathy Moretti | 04.27.2013 | Reply
  23. I have been eating all organic fruits and vegetables since Nov.2012, my vegan diet is very strict because I have health opportunities that I’m trying to overcome, recently I have desired salt because just eating the salads are becoming a challenge. Thank you for the great info, now I will add a little seat salt for taste as well as its what my body needs.

    Felicia Davis | 05.24.2013 | Reply
  24. I’m very into salt. I use Himalayan pink salt on everything (err, well not quite everything) but I use a lot of it. I also take salt baths which I find very good. I like the sound of this pHlavour so I may have to try some!!

    Lin Gardner | 06.14.2013 | Reply
  25. I’m in the process of healing my body from the affects of candida. I feel like a Lab Rat in a good kind of way. Starting in May 2013, I had bronchitis and it plagued my body for 3 months. The doc.gave me 3 rounds of antibiotics, 2 steroid shots, top of line otc meds, cough med. nothing seemed to work and my cough and sinuses/mucus multiplied! Gave up on the medical doc.and I set out to research how to heal my body naturally. I discovered Dr. Tullio Simoncini’s formula for candida.( sodium bicarbonate-lemon juice-blackstrap molasses) I started sweating in hot tub/epsom salt and spraying my body afterwards with anicient minerals, magnesium oil(read Dr.Sircus books ). I started alkalizing my body,changed my diet( read Dr.Youngs pH miracle book) and testing my pH every morning. Aweek ago, I started using molecula silver by mouth and breathing it thru nebulizer. I’m 90% well. The mucus infection/coughing symptoms are disappearing. Yesterday, I drank one 16oz.water mixed with tsp.sea salt in addition to following the sodium bicarbonate formula 2xday for candida. This morning my first morning urine pH jumped up to 8.50 closer to 8.75 using pH stix made by pHion. Today I became MORE interested in benefits of sea salt and most importantly changing my pH. I have learned alot this summer as a Lab Rat and I plan to share this information with my High School Health Classes. Preparing power points as we speak. Thanks,

  26. I would like to try the pH Miracle Liquid Sea Salt. I like the idea of using it under the tongue and having these healing salts available in liquid form to use every day. I am just coming back around to bringing my pH under control, after having succeeded a year and a half ago losing all excess weight by starting with a 10 day fast, drinking alkaline water, and eating all the good pH food, plus juicing and green smoothies. I now have a new home and kitchen and all the equipment to follow a healthy green eating plan. I am having some symptoms that formerly disappeared, high blood pressure, headaches, and other problems. I know the sea salt is so healing and I am ready to give it a try. Thanks for this site for getting my mind back in focus on pH living. You guys are awesome!

    Kathi McConkey | 08.13.2013 | Reply
  27. I found that gargling with warm salt water at least 3 times a day has cured my throat problems. I never knew why it worked but now I understand better. This is awesome! Thanks for sharing your knowledge, your definitely making a difference,

    Renee | 09.11.2013 | Reply
    • We are so glad you enjoyed reading, Renee – and thrilled you have seen positive results!

      The Chalkboard | 09.13.2013 | Reply
  28. Love your website!

    Anna Chorn | 10.03.2013 | Reply
  29. Added my email to your newsletter mailing list, and it said invalid email?

    Anna Chorn | 10.03.2013 | Reply
  30. My concern is Cesium in sea salt , from japan’s nuclear wastes dump into the pacific to other nuclear plants throughout the world that continuously dump their wastes. One thing is clear everytime they build a nuclear plant next to the sea, all the fishing companies/fisherman in that area go out of business.

    richer | 11.21.2013 | Reply
  31. I would love to try this!! I just ordered pink Himalayan salt… Is that just as good? I hate wasting money… Hopefully I can us both?

    Dona Waldron-Wilhelm | 11.23.2013 | Reply
  32. thx for this great info

  33. What about iodine and sea salt?
    My friend drinks too much alcohol, can this liguid salt help?
    How will this liguid salt help me lose weight?

    penny | 02.19.2014 | Reply
  34. I would like to try PH liquid see salt. I am learning about the benefits of salt. It is amazing. I love to try this product before I tell my friends how it is. Some of my friend don’t believe salt is good for them if they have high blood pressure or kidney stone. The best prove is in the pudding–my good health.

    Hannah | 03.02.2014 | Reply
  35. Where did you find this information on salt? I’m sceptical because in the end every salt is made up of sodium and chloride.

    James | 03.19.2014 | Reply
  36. I’ve been diabetic for 7 years and it’s been a rough journey with many highs and lows. I’ve tried so many options,until i saw some testimonials on the pH miracle diet, i would really love to try the salts and see how they’d work 🙂

    louie | 03.19.2014 | Reply
  37. I was in nursing 37 years, the last 12 as an RN, and the last 2 of that I taught Diabetic Wellness for an insurance company. I retired with several autoimmune disorders, including Rheumatoid Arthritis. I have Fibromyalgia, and severe bone loss. I take 16 pills a day including Oxycocone 3 x a day. I weigh 265 lbs and was mobility incapacitated, but because I am not a diabetic, I didn’t suspect that the same disorder was causing most of my symptoms- that of chronic Metabolic Acidosis Syndrome, caused by poor nutrition. After all I cooked from scratch, not from boxes. I recently read about this and about foods causing acidosis and plan a strict veggie/fruit diet. I plan to go off coffee, tea, cola, and to drink 8 quarts of water a day, some of it veggie juice. I just read your article and it made so much nutritional sense. I would love to try your oral sea salt, but live on less than $17,000/year and cannot afford extras. Please consider me for a free sample. Thank you for the information, Vanda

  38. I’m so glad there’s information like this on the importance of salt in one’s diet! I’ve been doing some reading on it, trying to find the best way to approach my borderline hyperthyroidism with a more body-conscious mentality. This article helped SO much!

    Kristen | 06.26.2014 | Reply
  39. Ive never heard of liquid sea salt but would love to try it, i had bladder surgery and the tiny mss they removed in it was cancerest, and so i thought maybe the sea salt might help stop the reacurrence.

    alberta | 07.27.2014 | Reply
  40. Hi I have high blood preaure and I am loosing mymamory I am very young so I would like to try all this that your talking about with all the greens and If I get the salt hopfully I could win this salt… Thank you

  41. Sounds great. Our health care providers are sadly lacking in their knowledge of everything Natural that the body needs. They have fooled themselves and many others into thinking man-made is an improvement over what God created to go along with the nourishment of the body He created.

    Judy | 09.12.2014 | Reply
  42. I have high blood pressure, atrial fibrillation, went through ablation, which failed, heart rate dropped to 30, doctor implanted pacemaker, one of the leads punctured my heart, had to have fluid drained from sack around the heart, fluid started to build in my feet, legs, belly, and lungs. Fluid was drained twice from each lung, now I am on 10 different medications and Doctor said I should be on a low salt diet. I have a PhD in nutrition and know better and when I seen your article with the 29 different problems that the wrong salt can cause, I said almost everyone of those points explains most of my problems. A free bottle of pHlavor would go a long way to help me regain some or maybe all my health back. When this helps me I will call my friends and family members that have some of the 29 problems listed and tell them about your product. God Bless You. Marlene J.

    Marlene Johnson | 09.13.2014 | Reply
  43. This article could save my wife’s life. She is currently hospitalized because we cannot get her blood pressure down.
    We are vegans but, we were unaware the salt we have been using some thirty years is not what we thought. We
    would like to win this contest but, more importantly, if you could e-mail me where I can obtain this product today,
    I will BUY IT. Its that important to me! Liquid sea salt is something I’m going to alert my friends and family to buy as well. Thank you.

    Roger Marshall | 09.19.2014 | Reply
  44. This sounds like what I need. I have acid reflux disease and have been drinking too many sodas and acidic drinks.
    this would be good to add to my water to get my pH in a slighlty alkaline state.
    Thank You, also is there a place to purchase PHlavor?

  45. I am a diabetic and I have used sea salt for many years, however I didn’t realize that regular sea salt is also processed and the minerals are removed. I try to convince others to switch to sea salt because I thought it was healthier. I would like to try the sea salt that you promote. Thank you, Gloria Sanders

  46. My fiance has colon cancer that has metastasized to his liver and his sodium levels are low and I am afraid to let him have salt for fear it will cause the cancer to be spread further. We are trying to find the right diet to beat this cancer and I would love more information. Is there anyone available to speak with me?

    Mary | 10.02.2014 | Reply
    • I read that keeping the body in an Alkaline pH will kill cancerous cells.

      Matt | 11.02.2014 | Reply
  47. Great article. There are two reasons I am commenting: personal and business. On the personal side, I am 50 and need to put effort into growing bone faster equal to or faster than my body breaks it down. Appropriately raising the alkalinity of my body is key to this effort. Related to business, my husband and I produce Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt, a 100% natural, sun dried Atlantic Ocean sea salt. Further, MV Sea Salt is “green”, that is, it has a very low carbon footprint because it is not boiled nor centrifuge dried. I can’t wait to try your sample, and then send you one of our sea salt so you can taste the difference, and feel good about the low impact production methods, both.

  48. I was diagnosed with cancer in three organs of my body and given 0% chance to beat it. A friend told me about an alkalizing diet because cancer feeds on an acidity/sugar diet. I’m reading all I can and changing my diet please send me Phlavor to help.

  49. I have been fighting skipped heartbeats for over 40 years and in the last three years have read and studied as much as anybody in the world…I have tried lots of remedies and have found that certain types of magnesium has helped and then seemed to peter out,,,,pedialyte seemed to help for awhile. Yesterday I had a whole day of skips and remembered an article by Ted from Bangkok about putting some salt under your tongue ( not table salt ) and it seems to help but I do not want to get my hopes up and I have been disappointed so many times in the past. I have missed out of so many things in my 70 years because of this problem and I know I should be able to overcome the mental strain of skipped beats but just cannot seem to…as a side note I have never had an MD help me in the least. I ran across this article and have signed up and maybe just maybe you will be the answer I have been looking for..

    Ron Langley | 02.26.2015 | Reply
  50. What an interesting and informative article. It certainly explains why my new doctor put me on a high salt diet. After all of these years of being told low salt, low fat, etc. This is a whole new way of eating for me. This website and your products sound just what I am needing and looking for. Thank you.

    Pat | 02.26.2015 | Reply
  51. Hi I would like to win a free bottle of your liquid salt as I am going through menopause and would like to try it and see whether it will help some of my symptoms.

  52. I am in my eighties, have afib for which I take the Rx Multaq. Very toxic and I would like to get off it. Is it likely this salt protocol would present a solution? I would like to try your liq.salt. Thanks

    Ed Atkin | 05.03.2015 | Reply
  53. I am diabetic and have had diabetes for a little over 40 years. Quite the debilitating disease. I’m much better off but still need help to feel better. Looking into sea salt and its alkalizing benefits. Gonna start today on it. I also have a friend with stage 4 brain cancer and trying to get him to try an alkalizing diet too. Doctors have not been much help after 3 brain operations. Thanks for the article.

    David Riccio | 05.11.2015 | Reply
  54. Wow! is wonderful reading about salt i think everyone need it including me

    Erochi | 06.19.2015 | Reply
  55. Love this article about sea salt! Thank you! Growing up my parents would not allow us to salt our food as their was a misconception in their generation that it caused high blood pressure?!

    Have you heard of Black Water? It says it is supposed to be alkaline? If so, hype or true? Thank you again!

    Emily | 06.29.2015 | Reply
  56. Hello, I stumbled upon your website as I was searching the web for info about alkalizing my body. I have struggled with many many health issues over nearly 30 years because of mercury toxicity and am seeking knowledge on how to bring my body’s ph up. It is quite interesting what your article has to say about ingesting salt. If you are still considering giving out a free product I ask that you would consider me. I have pretty much exhausted all my savings trying to heal and be healthy. Thank you! Blessings, Kimberly W. from NJ

    Kimberly Whyte | 11.05.2015 | Reply
  57. I would like to try the salt and see how it helps me.

    Aditya | 11.14.2015 | Reply
  58. Hi
    I have inerstichal cystitis and if you dont know what that is, it’s an incurable disability of the bladder. Basically, my urine is toxic to the gag layer of my bladder. I have to drink lots of water to raise the PH of my urine. I don’t mean to be gross or give TMI, but when I’m having a flare I drink baking soda and Himalayan pink sea salt in my water and it stops the pain. It’s like constantly having a UTI or bladder infection. I would Love to try your product. I’m trying to alkalize my body. Thank you so much.

    Jennifer | 12.08.2015 | Reply
  59. My wife suffered a nearly devastating heart attack in 2005. Discovered that she had developed type diabetes and has lived with that since. A couple of years later she was diagnosed with cancer. My wife is a five plus survivor of colon, liver and lung cancer. I do everything that I am able to help her maintain her health and live a good life. I would love to have her try a sample bottle of our pH Miracle Liquid Sea Salt. She is a fantastic woman and I’d like to help keep her around for a long time.

    Kerry | 02.06.2016 | Reply
  60. Yes salt (the right salt unrefined) is as important as water. Great article. Thank You!

    Dee | 03.10.2016 | Reply
  61. I am paying a lot more attention to salt and sodium content since my mother had a heart attack and is on a low sodium diet. I had no idea that there were salts that are actually good for you. This would be a great way of adding flavor without damaging your health. I’m anxious to try it out.

    Lisa | 03.30.2016 | Reply
  62. Recently diagnosed with kidney stones and in researching ‘do’s and don’ts’ I came across your website. Thank you for the very helpful and understandable information!

    Cathy | 04.18.2016 | Reply
  63. I am a diabetic, and I would love to try your product to help with my nightly sugar cravings. Thank you.

  64. Thank You for your article and I thank the many responders.I have suffered many of the above symptoms and I found little to no help from the medical community. Through prayer and perseverance ,reading and just searching I found a site where I learned how to make sole which helped with every symptom mentioned in your article,it also helped with my histamine issue. Although I have made and use the sole I would love to try your product. Thank You again for the confirmation I really needed it.

    Cheryl | 05.30.2016 | Reply
  65. All sounds good and I want to try it but how much salt do you take ???

    Louise | 09.13.2016 | Reply
  66. I would like to it because of health benefits. Also a consent is what amount is acceptable? Thank You

  67. I would like to try it because I have sought problem eating sweets and I’d like to stay “rest assured” that my alkaline level is balance and stable the older I get to ward off sickness and diseases of all types and to stay free from putting a health burden on my family.

  68. Yes I believe in this. I would like to use it in all way possible.

    Sandra Murdock | 11.25.2016 | Reply
  69. Why does salt make me acidic? Not adding salt. But eating salt already in natural peanut butter. Acid reflux and being acidic. Where my body almost feels sweaty.

    C A Beverforden | 02.09.2017 | Reply
  70. I have Ulcerative colitis and would like to see if it would help me balance my ph levels. Like the ocean during a storm maybe my flora is out of balance.

    Eric | 02.21.2017 | Reply
  71. Some of us see the forest and some of see the trees. Few of us see the leaves and very few of us see the roots. What you are saying makes a lot of sense. You see beyond the roots. Thank you for your words of wisdom.

  72. I would like to win a bottle because I’m wanting to be me health conscious and stop putting poison in my body. Thank you

    Darrell De Rennaux | 04.28.2017 | Reply
  73. Great article! Just took my Ph readings this morning Urine at 5.5….ugh. need to loose 20 pounds as well…so shifting to Alkaline diet will help me loose weight and balance Ph. Was searching sea salt and found this article om sea salt because i am making Alkaline water to drink. I was concerned about the salt needed in the water BUT now know that sea salt is a good thing. THANKS!

    Brian Dessauer | 05.20.2017 | Reply
  74. Are we hurting our seas by harvesting all this sea salt?

    Patricia | 05.23.2017 | Reply
    • give me a break…no you do realize the oceans/waters are most of earths surface we have access to, right? There is natural sea salt being made in tons as we speak…..relax.

      karuna | 06.15.2017 | Reply
  75. Vanda I just want to add here that I think Celtic Sea Salt might help your metabolic acidosis…I have the same thing and Celtic Sea Salt (grey, 84% sodium chloride, etc) is the only thing that cures all my health issues, which are a lot like yours. Its worth a shot :). Good luck

    karuna | 06.15.2017 | Reply
  76. Please send me a sample of your product(s). I strive to give good information to my clients and continue to look for ways to create balance in their life and mine. I thank you for your willingness to help others and presentation of information on your site.

  77. I just learned how vital it is to keep our bodies alkaline with vinegar , and would rather not injest it … opting for a more nutrient based method , plus i have issues with sugar cravings im not correcting as easily as id first hoped

    Schwartzlose | 08.28.2017 | Reply