In a world where the word ‘salty’ is used to describe anything from the ‘unhealthiest’ to the ‘most delicious’, the word is now synonymous with ‘fizzy drink’, ‘alcoholic beverage’, and ‘fraudulent product’.
This has meant that the word has become the go-to synonym for ‘alcohol’.
Now, the salt industry is trying to make money off of the deception, and is using their deceptive practices to drive a new wave of products into the marketplace.
SALT is a beverage made by combining water, salt, and sugar.
In order to sell its product, the ‘alcohol’ industry uses a variety of deceptive tactics to convince consumers that they are consuming a healthy, nutrient-rich beverage.
A typical salt marketing campaign Salt, saltwater, salt… it all sounds very good to us, right?
And it’s not.
In reality, salt is highly addictive, and it has a number of health risks.
In fact, a study published by the University of New South Wales found that the consumption of salt is linked to a number, including heart disease, obesity, diabetes, and cancer.
If you think salt is an acceptable way to treat your health, think again.
The health risks associated with salt are well-documented and, as the science has shown time and time again, its consumption is a recipe for disaster.
The salt industry has spent billions on misleading advertisements and misleading research to convince their customers that their product is safe and healthy.
While salt has been around for millennia, the current salt industry appears to have come to prominence in the last few decades as the industry has become more profitable and has gained more control over its consumer.
In a study released in November 2016, the British salt industry revealed that sales rose from £8.5 billion in 2002 to £13.9 billion in 2015.
As the salt companies continue to invest in their advertising, their profits continue to soar, despite the fact that the scientific evidence is now very clear that salt consumption is linked with many health problems.
How to protect yourself from salt in your home or businessSalt is not just harmful to your health; it’s also harmful to the environment.
The world’s oceans are becoming dangerously overfished, and overfishing is a major contributor to the climate crisis.
Despite this, the industry claims that its products are “natural” and “organic”.
The truth is that salt is a synthetic substance that has been added to our food and drinks over a long period of time.
Its purpose is to protect it from water and heat, as well as to increase its shelf life.
This means that salt does not actually contain any trace minerals, which is important because it is what makes our bodies healthy.
As a result, salt has the potential to affect the health of your body in many ways.
It can trigger the release of toxic chemicals called free radicals, which are known to cause heart disease.
It can also cause chronic inflammation in your body that is linked directly to type 2 diabetes, a disease that affects over 100 million people in the world.
This is because of the way that salt increases your body’s oxidative stress levels, which can increase your risk of developing diabetes and heart disease over time.
When you ingest salt, it causes your body to become oxidised.
This can lead to the release and accumulation of toxic substances called free radical compounds.
These are chemicals that are naturally produced in your cells, which have been exposed to high levels of heat or oxygen, which leads to them becoming more reactive.
These chemicals then have the potential of triggering your body and your immune system to attack your cells.
The fact that salt can also increase your body temperature also means that it can damage your organs, which in turn causes more damage to your cells and can increase the risk of cancer.
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the food and drink industry is responsible for over 3 million preventable deaths each year.
The industry is also responsible for at least 3,200 deaths a day, or roughly 1 death every 2 minutes.
According to the CDC, a quarter of all American adults are currently overweight or obese.
The obesity epidemic has caused an increase in the risk for cardiovascular disease, type 2 disease, diabetes and cancer, as a result of which, there is a greater need for prevention.
It is also worth noting that one in five American adults is overweight or obesity.
Even more worrying is that, according to the FDA, salt can be used to prevent heart disease and type 2 disorders.
This was confirmed by a study by researchers at Duke University that found that people who ate salt daily were at significantly lower risk of cardiovascular disease.
What does the science say about salt?
The scientific evidence regarding salt is unequivocal.
In the 1990s, researchers from the University in Queensland (UQ) and the