Ange Dim
2 min readJan 8, 2022


This post was to help not harm anyone -and it most definitely did not have the intention to create a stream of misinterpretation.

I stated that it's not backed by science, but clearly, It still caused a lot of people to put their own spin on things.

Here is a paragraph I did clearly state:

"Although science hasn't backed up may of the claims, I urge you to try Himalayan with water before your workout."

It works for me, and for many others who in fact have stated it does in the comments. I'm not saying that it will work for you or everyone else. I'm merely making a suggestion.

As you can see from these following links, there are endless sources of information online about the positives and negatives of the salt.

That doesn't mean they are posting misleading information.

1. Health benefits of sole water:

2. Sole water being a health trend

As with anything, if you have any health issues, you should always seek a doctors advice.

Not having enough salt in your diet is as dangerous as having too much. For years we've been told that we all need to cut down our salt. This could in fact be hurting our health.

Perhaps science has clearly not put Himalayan salt at the top of the list when it comes to benefits.

The only way to find out if it works for you is to try it out if you want to. That's just a suggestion again. Take it as you want to.

But, if you are a health hacker, then trying different things is part of your self-help health plan. Your health is your wealth and usually self exploration helps you uncover things that you would never find in a research paper or a doctor's diagnosis.

Wishing you and everyone else a lovely day filled with health and vitality.



Ange Dim

Multi-passionate creative who's immersed in health, wellness, exercise and loves creating healthy recipes. Subscribe for food inspo :