Originally posted by tracey:
There are a lot of naysayers who have issues with the salt saying that too much salt is bad for you.
"Second, individuals must ingest one-quarter of a teaspoon of sea salt for every quart of water they drink." << From watercure2.com
If my conversions are right, that's just 3/4 of a teaspoon for 3 litres of water, that's a very small quantity.
First I was worried too, because I misread and understood 1 teaspoon instead of 1/4 and got a quart as 1/4 of a liter... that would be 16 times as much salt :P
I used a translator for quart, it told "quarter of a gallon", is that right? If so, then fine, 1 quart then equals to 1 liter more or less.
Right now I'm having my firsts swallows of this beverage, I don't even notice the salt taste.
Bye, and please tell me if my measures are right, thanks!