As you may know salt is considered a bad element in diets, and low sodium foods are a big hit as encouraged by the American Heart Association. There is however, a big difference between processed table salt and natural rock salts like pink himalayan sea salt, kosher salt or celtic salt. Table salt is processed at an extremely high heat which alters its natural chemical makeup, and then other chemicals are added like MSG and anti caking additives. Note that just because you aren't adding table salt to your food, if you are eating a lot of processed food it's probably loaded with processed salts to preserve. This table salt is what puts people at risk for heart health and high blood pressure, so maybe a low sodium diet isn't the answer to our problems (side note: packaged low sodium foods often replace the salt with other chemical additives like MSG to get the desired flavor).
Real salt on the other hand has trace minerals, magnesium and enzymes that help you absorb the nutrients from food, balances pH levels, aids in hormonal balancing, blood pressure, heart health and more. Real salt is very important element of our diets for the body to function well. The sodium and mineral balance from salt is actually an asset for the body to function optimally. So if you eat a fairly clean diet, sprinkling some good salt on top is A-ok.