Eat Salt = Eat Plastic? 90% Edible Salt Sold in Asia Contaminated With Micro Plastic

This is real. We eat salt everyday. But…

National Geographic and The Star had reported 90% table salt contaminated with micro plastic. Micro plastic is health damaging. However, clinical trial has not been conducted. Because it is unethical to experiment human with harmful materials.

How harmful is micro plastic?

salt sample containing micro plastic globally

From several animal studies. It is not hard to conclude that micro plastic may cause:

How to eliminate micro plastic in salt?

The evaporation point for plastic is 300℃. Edible salt must be heated above this temperature to evaporate micro plastic.

However, the toxic clearing process has not done yet. A byproduct called dioxin is formed during plastic burning. It is carcinogenic.

In simple word, dioxin causes cancer. To eliminate dioxin, 700℃ is needed.

Therefore, burning is crucial to get rid of micro plastic. Salt which has not been roasted at high temperature most probably put you at risk of micro plastic toxicity.

Any alternative to the refined salt, sea salt, rock salt which may contain micro plastic pollutant?

Panda Salt – 100% Korea Bamboo Salt (Roasted at 900-1500℃)

hkiii bamboo salt manufacturing process

How Panda Salt is made?

We strongly suggest cooking with Panda Salt. Because, it’s

But also,

Don’t wanna eat plastic salt? Try Panda Salt