3. Rich in Electrolytes
You may have heard that it is a good idea to avoid using too much table salt and not to put too much salt in your cooking.
However, this applies mainly to highly processed salts that do not contain the nutrients and minerals that exist in sea salt. Salt in its pure form has more than sodium but also contains potassium, electrolytes, nutrients, and calcium.
If your muscles feel tight and you experience heart palpitations, you may be lacking in these vital substances. Adding more sea salt to your diet refreshes your body and aids in general functioning.