Actually, prayervoice, I heard that not all Seasalt is good for you because of the way it is refined by humans.
I read that the best kind is the totally unrefined type that come from bodies of salt water-- that are air dried, and not bleached.
It should be greyish in color.
MH once stated in another post that your best bet is to get natural salts from organic fruits and vegetables--- not rely on getting it in straight form like that- unless the situation calls for it (which it does from time to time- as in dehydration, where it is reccomended to take in a little sea salt before water)
In general, Sea Salt is a heck of alot better for you than refined iodized table salt- as long as you get a daily intake of natural iodine -- either from mercury free Kelp- or Lugols' Iodine, or Atomodine (safe iodines that the body can handle internally)