Salt Revolution Aztec Sea Salt Review
A new type of salt called Aztec Sea Salt promises to provide the health benefits of all-natural organic salt with none of the downsides of high sodium intake. Here’s our Aztec Sea Salt review.
What is Aztec Sea Salt?
Aztec Sea Salt is a new type of salt created by a company named Salt Revolution, also known as Real Good Salt, LLC.
The salt claims to be 100% all-natural, unrefined, handmade, and organically harvested. It comes from the Cuyutlan Lagoon, which is found along the ocean near Manzanilla, Mexico.
This unique type of salt promises to counter the notion that salt intake is bad for you. If you’ve read any medical news articles or other information over the last few years, then you’ve probably heard that you should limit your salt intake because it’s bad for your heart and cardiovascular health.
Aztec Sea Salt, on the other hand, is good for you and lets you “actually enjoy salt again”, according to the manufacturer. The salt contains 80 essential minerals and you only need a small pinch to enjoy the health benefits.
Isn’t Salt Bad for You?
The creators of Aztec Sea Salt have invested a lot of time and effort into convincing you that “salt is bad” is a total myth.
For example, they claim that one landmark FDA study on salt took place in 1972. As part of that study, participants were given “the equivalent of two cups of salt per day” to determine if they would develop high blood pressure. The participants in this study were rats, and the rats in this study that took this large amount of salt developed high blood pressure.
The creators of Aztec Sea Salt follow up this study by blaming “another low salt cardiologist” who “was once caught” with inconclusive and contradictory evidence but still decided to push forward with his “eat-less salt campaign” despite the fact it was a “lie”.
Clearly, Salt Revolution is biased when it tells you that you should eat more salt. I mean, they want you to buy their salt, so it makes sense that they are encouraging you to stop believing the salt is bad lie.
The end result of this argument is that there’s good salt and bad salt. By taking the right amount of good salt per day, you can reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease and improve your heart health.
So what makes Aztec Sea Salt the good salt? Keep reading to find out.
Aztec Sea Salt Versus Regular Salt
The retailers of Aztec Sea Salt advertise a few key differences between their salt and regular salt. Those differences include:
— 7.02% Less Sodium Chloride Than Refined Salt
— 80+ Healthy Minerals Your Body Needs
— Natural Flavor “Makes Your Healthy Food Taste Better”
The creators of Aztec Sea Salt also mention that you’re supporting “traditional artisans” by buying this sea salt. Instead of supporting some salt manufacturer or machine-harvesting salt company, you’re supporting hardworking Mexicans who mine the salt out of the Cuyutlan Lagoon.
But the true value of Aztec Sea Salt comes from the fact that it’s rich in trace minerals. Ordinary refined salt, for example, removes trace minerals like sulfur, magnesium, potassium, calcium, and silicon.
Unless you’re eating a lot of salt every day, those trace minerals probably won’t have a major impact on your health. They’re found in too small amounts to get anywhere near your daily recommended value.
Nevertheless, the rich blend of minerals in Aztec Sea Salt is advertised as a major selling feature by Salt Revolution.
How to Buy Aztec Sea Salt
Aztec Sea Salt is exclusively available online through SaltRevolution.com, where you’ll find two purchase options:
— 2 x 8 Ounce Bags of Aztec Sea Salt: $49.95 + Shipping
— 5 x 8 Ounce Bags of Aztec Sea Salt: $124.95 + Free Shipping
Both orders come from a selection of bonus gifts, including a book that gives you “tips and tricks for using, storing, drying and grinding Aztec Sea Salt” as well as a recipe book for using lime-infused Aztec Sea Salt.
All purchases come with a “lifetime guarantee”. Here’s how Salt Revolution describes that guarantee:
“If you don’t fall in love with AztecSeaSalt the first time you taste it – send it back for a full refund. No questions asked. In fact, just send back the back and keep the salt. It’s our gift to thank you for trying out salt. And please, take your time with cooking, tasting and enjoying our salt. There is no 30, 60, or even 90 day deadline. This guarantee is lifetime.”
In other words, you can request a refund any time after you order the salt. There’s no deadline.
If you don’t want to order the salt online, then you can also order it by calling (844) BUY-SALT.
Hint: If you want to save a bunch of money on your salt purchase, then just click the “escape” or “back” button to try to leave the site. Once you do that, the site will display a prompt where you can buy two bags of salt for $24.99 (it’s advertised as a buy 1, get 1 free offer).
In terms of shipping, Salt Revolution claims American customers can get their order in 5 days or fewer, while Canadian customers can expect their delivery to arrive within 15 days.
About Salt Revolution
Salt Revolution is a company founded by Geordie Wardman and John Cawrse. The two men frequently took their families to Mexico for surf vacations. In a small seaside Mexican town by the Cuyutlan Lagoon, they met local artisans who sold natural sea salt by the bag. After tasting the salt, they knew they had to share it with the world.
Salt Revolution was created in order to share this revolutionary salt with customers in the United States and Canada.
The company doesn’t actually appear to be called Salt Revolution. Instead, it seems to be officially named RealGoodSalt. That company is registered in the State of Washington but lists its mailing address in Bend, Oregon at the following:RealGoodSalt
PO Box 297
Bend, OR 97709
You can contact the company by email at [email protected]