Grandma's Sulfur Guide


Do you know that sulfur disinfects the blood, helps the body resist bacteria, and protects the protoplasm of cells? It also aid in necessary oxidation reaction in the body, stimulates bile secretion, and protects against the harmful effects of radiation and pollution.

This mineral is found in hemoglobin and in all body tissues, and is needed for the synthesis of collagen, a principal protein that gives the skin its structural integrity.

It also slows down the aging proces and is is an acid-forming mineral that is part of the chemical structure of the amino acids:



photo of a plate full of bulbs of garlic a natural food source of sulfur photo of a bowl of Brussels sprouts a natural food source of sulfur photo of a fresh head of cabbage a natural food source of sulfur


Natural Food Sources of Sulfur and
Herbal and Amino Acids with this Mineral


Sulfur can be found in a wide variety of foods such as:

  • Brussels sprouts
  • dried beans
  • cabbage
  • eggs
  • fish
  • garlic
  • kale
  • meats
  • onions
  • soybeans
  • turnips
  • wheat germ

Herb and Amino Acids

This important mineral is also available in tablet and powder form.

Comments

Moisture and heat may destroy or change the action of sulfur in the body. This mineral is the key substance that makes garlic the "king of herbs."




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