Sea salt is coarser than regular table salt, which is why a teaspoon of sea salt contains less sodium chloride. But this is mainly due to the consistency of the coarse grains compared to fine table salt. But the question is a bit difficult to answer, because with salt it always depends on the amount that you eat. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), you shouldn't eat more than 5 grams of salt a day - regardless of whether it's sea salt, conventional table salt from the supermarket or salt from the Himalayas.
Even if sea creatures such as fish and algae contain a lot of iodine, this is not the case with sea salt, which is due to the way it is obtained: Sea salt is exposed to direct sunlight in an evaporation basin. Once the water has completely evaporated, what remains is the crystalline sea salt. However, the iodine dissolved in the water also evaporates and only small amounts remain in the sea salt. Since it is then cleaned, it also loses iodine here. Therefore it is necessary to iodize the salt.
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