Sulfur: What You Should Know

If you’ve never heard about MSM (methyl-sulfonyl-methane), then this is a must-read for you. MSM contains by weight 34% Organic Sulfur (organic means bound to a carbon atom). Sulfur is the third most abundant mineral in your body (after calcium and phosphorus) and its crucial to maintaining good health. The primary function of Sulfur is transporting oxygen across your cell membranes. Without intracellular oxygen, your health declines and you age sooner, rather than later. So obviously, better oxygen transportation = better health. Plants can draw sulfur from the soil mammals cannot. We must ingest sufficient quantities every day.

The Biggest Effect of Oxygenation from Sulfur is on Cancer

Otto Warburg (Nobel Prize winner in 1931) proved that cancer in humans is anaerobic, meaning it rises in cell that are low on oxygen. Cells in permanent oxygen deprivation switch from respiration (efficient conversion of glucose into energy, byproduct is carbon dioxide) to fermentation (inefficient energy conversion, byproduct is lactic acid). Just think about what better cellular oxygenation could do to shrink and stop cancerous tumors they all thrive in oxygen deprived cells!

Oxygen Transportation Across Cell Membranes Improves

  • Cellular respiration (conversion of nutrients into energy, then waste elimination)
  • Healthy cell regeneration
  • Recovery from fatigue
  • Athletic performance
  • Tissue rebuilding this is the short list.

In conjunction with transporting oxygen across the cell membrane, Sulfur has demonstrated its ability to detoxify heavy metals, another benefit for cell regeneration. Sulfur is also a key element for your body’s ability to assemble amino acids your body’s building blocks. Of all the amino acids, some 70% are Sulfur-based. Sulfur also helps with skin health, blood pressure and circulatory regulation, scar tissue reduction, pain reduction and damaged nerve regeneration.

Tap Water with Chlorine and Fluoride Blocks Sulfur from Your Body

The periodic table of elements shows sulfur, selenium, and tellurium as the only oxygen transport minerals. Further to this, chlorine and fluorine are detrimental to oxygen transport, yet they’ve been added to drinking water, to make our teeth healthier and our water more pure free from bacteria. These elements chlorine and fluorine are poisonous at higher concentrations, and they block your body from using oxygen and Sulfur!

Our Food Supply is Devoid of Sulfur

Thanks to chemical fertilizers and unfortunately, it looks like they’re not about to stop using fertilizers to grow food ever faster and aver cheaper, and ever less nutritious. Yes, you can do something about it: make bio-available sulfur part of your daily nutritional program. It should be on your must-have list or at least it deserves to be.

Author: Life Enthusiast Staff