Chlorine can promote healthy teeth and hair, aid in digestion, help control colic, help to boost a sluggish liver, work to treat skin rashes and other skin disorders, help the body heal tissue injuries.

Natural sources of chlorine are Sea salt (Sodium Chloride - most common), olives, seaweed, fish, raw goat's milk, raw cheese, sardines, and rye flour.

Deficiencies of chlorine are loss of hair and teeth, difficult digestion, and poor muscle contractability.

An interesting side note is that too much chlorine can destroy Vitamin E stores and intestinal flora. Because of this, people who have a high consumtion of chlorine should eat yogurts and increase their intake of Vitamin E and Vitamin C.

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