There is some evidence that small, frequent meals may encourage weight loss. This is because more of the calories are lost as heat. Eating frequently also has psychological benefits since you never feel deprived. The tricky part is making sure that you eat fewer calories than you use, which is the only way to lose weight. You can find good information on weight loss here. Unprocessed sea salt contains everything in sea water, not just the salt (sodium chloride). Some people believe that sea salt is good for your health because of the other nutrients in the sea water, but there is currently no scientific evidence to support this.
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