Sulfur and why it’s important to your diet

read why this important mineral is missing from our diet

Organic sulfur is a food not a drug:
Methylsulfonylmethane in crystal form precipitated from lignin based DMSO. It has not been processed past precipitation into its crystalline matrix. Sulfur exists as a crystal in its mineral and organic forms. NO fillers, anti-caking agents or preservatives are added. Flow agents are deemed necessary for the produc-tion of powders for pills and capsules, these flow or anti caking agents interfere with the uptake of sulfur. Your body is comprised of 4% sulfur, but does not store sulfur nor make it. We should get sulfur from the foods we eat, but the use of chemical fertilizers we believe; has broken the sulfur-cycle.

Recent studies have shown that organic sulfur makes girls beautiful no matter their age because sulfur can protect and repair the damage of radiation exposure, even solar radiation. Beautiful is easy.

Fukushima is not a past problem the radion is a current problem for the planet and us, sulfur can protect and repair the damage of radiation exposure. Studies have shown that sulfur combines with radio active material, sulfating into harmless compounds, allowing the body to eliminated them. For more detail on the effects of sulphur on the body read this report from Stephanie Seneff at MIT.

MSM: A Look Into the Future of Pain Relief
by Stanley W. Jacob, MDSAVEIf you’re part of the growing body of consumers that insists on taking a more active role in personal healthcare decisions, you’re making choices every day regarding diet and nutritional supplements. Many consumers look for that new, “breakthrough” product that will actually make a difference to their quality of life.One such supplement is methylsulfonylmethane (MSM). It’s a stable metabolite of DMSO, a prescriptive compound that was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in the US for interstitial cystitis, a painful urinary tract condition. The anti-inflammatory properties of DMSO are well documented, and it remains a valuable, but often misunderstood compound that’s now being tested with a number of medical conditions, including severe head and neck trauma. MSM has become popular because it’s a non-prescription dietary supplement that retains some of the benefits of DMSO, without the troubling side-effects that include skin irritation and oyster-like breath and body odor.
MSM has definite anti-inflammatory and circulation-enhancing properties. It also appears to provide greater cell permeability that results in improved uptake of nutrients at the cellular level.
Sulfur, a key component to MSM, is the eighth most prevalent element in the human body. It’s essential in the formation of the amino acids methionine and cystine and other important compounds, such as collagen for healthy joints and keratin for healthy skin and nails. Most of the body’s organ systems are sulfur-dependent. Recent studies document the alarming incidence of sulfur deficiency in several chronic diseases, including HIV infection. Other studies have shown reduced levels of sulfur in arthritic articular cartilage (cartilage in joints damaged by arthritis) in animals as well as diminished sulfate metabolism in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

MSM is one of the richest nutritional sources of sulfur with a level of 34.1 per cent, many times the amount found in glucosamine sulfate or other products for healthy joints. In addition to products containing only MSM, several food supplements incorporate both MSM and glucosamine, which may prove to be an effective synergistic combination.
Personal Experience
As a surgeon and medical researcher at the Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, Oregon, I have found MSM to be a truly amazing compound. I’ve used it successfully in treating a wide variety of patients suffering from simple arthritis and joint pain to more chronic conditions including irritable bowel syndrome. I have been able to provide relief in about 70 percent of patients with chronic autoimmune disorders such as lupus, scleroderma, fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis with aggressive MSM therapy. When treating patients at my hospital-based clinic, I often begin with a course of IV therapy, followed by large doses of oral and topical MSM. I’ve also found it to be useful in the treatment of food and pollen allergies, which is the subject of current ongoing clinical trials.
Because of my extensive medical experience, I am especially sensitive to the purity of the product that my patients consume. Consumers need to be cautious about simply buying what appears to be the least expensive brand.
Like nearly all supplements, there are definite differences in quality and purity. Consult your health care professional for a recommendation.
Many well-known and trusted brands are introducing MSM products. Your health food consultant can help you make the choice.
About the Author
Stanley W. Jacob is medical advisor to the supplement industry and is the primary author of the book The Miracle of MSM: The Natural Solution for Pain.

Suggested intake of sulphur:
The Study suggests that sulfur should always be taken 30 minutes before any prescription medications or nutraceutical products including vitamins. Pills and capsules contain silicon dioxide, calcium stearates or other ingredients which blocks the uptake of sulfur 100%. These agents are sometimes hidden under “other ingredients”.

Someone who weighs up to 200 lbs and healthy we suggest one teaspoon (4 grams) TWICE a day. We have discovered is that someone who weighs less than 200 lbs should take the same one teaspoon twice a day at least initially. Some people (not many) have reported a “detox” or healing crisis by taking ½ teaspoon twice a day. Should “detox”or flu like symptoms occur, take more sulfur NOW. More sulfur seems to be better tolerated than too little sulfur.

As the label suggests sulfur can be eaten but most or our Study Members choose to dissolve the crystals in a small amount (1-2 ozs) of warm or hot non-chlorinated or filtered water, followed by a full glass (8-10ozs) of water or juice. Sulfur can be taken with real food and meals. Brushing your teeth with sulfur is beneficial for the gums.

Proper hydration is absolutely necessary since the oxygen for cellular metabolism is in the water we drink as opposed to the air we breathe. We use the rule of 64 ounces of water per 100 lbs per day which means a 200 lbs person needs 128 ounces of water per day (one gallon).