The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1956 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 12, 1956
Page 2
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PAGE TWO (ATtK.)' CUtlRIEK THTTRSDAT, APRIL It, 1»M Health Potentialities Of Sea Salt on Food Is Cited by Expert Bf ALTON L. BLAKESLEE AP Selene* Reporter ' DALLAS (AP) — Someday you may sprinkle your food with ocean salt to give yourself some vital spices of life and health. These "spices" would be traces i of minerals like iron, calcium. [ fluoride and iodine to ward off anemia, rickets, tooth decay and goiter. Ocean salt is rich in these and more than 30 oilier minerals, br- sides the sodium chloride of pure' table salt. : These potentialities in sea salt u'ere described yesterday to the Amer-| icin Chemical Society in a report by Drs. Arnold B. Schnefer, Olaf Mickelsen, R. B. Ing .and the late H. R. Sandstead of the National Institute of Arthrities and Meta- Service, Bethesda. Md. 70 Per Cent About 70 per cent of sea salt Is sodium chloride or ordinary salt;] the rest is traces of all the other minerals. Many people over the world eat only ocean sail. Goiter, caused by lack of iodine, is virtually unknown among them. Rickets from lack of calcium is not common, even though many of these people don't get enough calcium in their foods. Many also avoid anemia from lack of Iron because of iron in see salt, the scientists said. l*ss Toflth Decay People in some areas of Indifl have far less tooth decay than children in Boston, yet their drinking water contains about the same amount of fluoride, credited with! building teeth resistant to decay The Indians may get their fluoride protection through sea salt, thej report said. } The scientists cited a Bulgers I University study which found that pigs receiving sea salt gained more weight and appeared superior to pigs eating regular salt. A successful process of preparing oea salt as a white, free-flow- ing material containing all the sea : minerals was reported by J. A. i McMillan, Jr., Trace Elements! Corp.. Kingsville, Tex., and Ver-| nice C. Cook. Dixie Chemical \ Company, Houston, Tex. 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