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SALT of Palmar - green is the new black

SALT of Palmar is proving green is the new black, through its commitment to the environment and the local Mauritian community. Would you believe there are no single use products in this hotel? The bathroom soaps and shampoo products are all locally sourced and contained in beautiful pottery containers.  Refillable,

Yoga on the beach

It’s the first day of my travel on the good, luxury hotel experience at SALT of Palmar in Mauritius. After a restful night’s sleep to the gentle sounds of the Indian Ocean in my ears, I’ve headed off to a yoga class by the deck on the beach. The environment

salt of palmar travel on the good

Imagine if you could stay in a hotel that not only offers a perfect luxury beach island experience, but also satisfies your need to travel on the good. A healthier, more humanistic approach to hospitality? Well this is what the SALT of Palmar, a new luxury resort in Mauritius promises

salt | Longevity LIVE

As South Africans, we love salting our food, but the more salt we consume, the more at risk it puts us of heart disease and stroke, which annually claims the lives of 78 475 people in our country. A fascinating piece of research done by Penn State College of Agricultural

hypertension | longevity live

So, you think salt has to be white, iodated and free-flowing? Just like all of the ingredients we consume in our food, we spend very little time thinking about the one we use the most: salt. Salt has a very interesting history. Until Roman times it was a rare commodity,