The average human body contains
about 1 teaspoon of sulfur. You may know sulfur as the mineral
that gives rotten eggs their distinctive smell.
Natural Food Sources
Dried beans, cabbage, clams, eggs, fish, garlic, legumes, meat,
milk, onions, poultry, wheat germ.
Sulfur is necessary for the formation of hair, nails, cartilage
and tissue. It is needed for metabolism and a healthy nervous
system, plus it aids bile secretion in the liver.
Sulfur deficiency is only found in conjunction with protein
deficiency, and can be alleviated by increasing protein
Excess sulfur is excreted in urine, so is essentially non-toxic.
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