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Sulfur Rich Foods
and Sulfur Deficiency
Sulfur rich foods help to prevent a sulfur deficiency. Sulfur foods more abundant in sulfur will be "unprocessed" animal foods and seafood.
It's found abundantly in raw pastured eggs.
These sulfur foods give you healthy hair, skin and nails as sulfur is very involved with the production of collagen. Collagen cannot be made without sulfur!
Sulfur rich foods are important as this mineral is present in every one of your cells and sulfur has been known for its healing abilities since ancient times.
A sulfur deficiency is going to be a big threat to vegans and people that do not consume any animal foods or seafood.
Sulfur Deficiency Symptoms
- Inability to Digest Fats
- Blood Sugar Problems
- Inability to Digest Food
- Fatigue and Sluggishness
- Brittle Nails and Hair
- Hair loss and Slowed Growth
- Poor Growth of Fingernails
- Joint Problems like Arthritis
- Increased Allergies
- Parasitical Infestations
- Skin Problems like Rash, Dermatitis & Eczema
- Skeletal & Growth Problems
- Varicose Veins & Poor Circulation
- Increased Aging of Skin
How is Sulfur Deficiency Created?
The depletion of our soils which started in the 1940's with the
introduction of chemical fertilizers to our farmers is one big reason.
Also, many bad animal husbandry practices mean that
our fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes, and factory farmed animal products usually have
very little "organic sulfur" to give our bodies.
Also, the abuse of herbicides like Roundup which contains Glyphosate has contributed greatly to sulfur deficiency symptoms.
This deadly toxin is in everything these days - Sources of Glyphosate
What is Sulfur?
Methionine and cysteine are
the primary sulfur containing amino acids due to being incorporated
within the proteins of your cells.
Sulfur is needed for the formation of your connective tissue which is necessary for healthy nails, hair, and skin.
Sulfur comprises about 0.25% of your total body weight.
Sulfur is also known as a transformational substance and is very important for the "growth" of a human being.
Bio-available sulfur plays a very important role in many areas of your health and well being.
There is no RDA for Sulfur, but your body uses up about 750 mg. of
sulfur per day.
And most people probably suffer from a sulfur
deficiency despite the adequate consumption of "sulfur" foods.
Sulfur Rich Foods
100% Grass Fed Beef & Lamb
100% Grass Fed Organ Meats
Organic Pastured Chicken & Duck Eggs
100% Grass Fed Buffalo & Game
Organic Pastured Heritage Pigs
Raw 100% Grass Fed Whole Cow & Sheep's Milk
Raw 100% Grass Fed Cow Quark, Yogurt, Kefir, & Cheese
Raw Organic Goat's Milk, Cheese, Yogurt, & Kefir
Raw 100% Grass Fed Sheep Cheese & Yogurt
Wild Caught Oysters, Mussels, Clams, Shrimp, Lobster, & Crabs
Wild Caught Salmon Fish and Wild Caught Rainbow Trout
Wild Caught Salt Water Fish like Yellow Fin Tuna and Cod Fish
Legumes like Organic Peanuts and Organic Cashews
Organic Dried Sesame Seeds and Organic Mustard Seeds
Organic Whole Oats and Organic Pearl Barley
Organic Raw Cacao Powder and Organic Dark Chocolates
Properly grown and properly eaten sulfur rich foods will
help to give your body the type of sulfur that literally helps to keep your form.
Sulfur is also very important in protecting your body from harmful toxins and heavy metals found in our environment.
"Organic sulfur" can be destroyed during the cooking or the pasteurization process, so don't overcook your foods!
Many people will resort to taking a supplement to get their daily supply of sulfur.
This can be helpful for the short term, but you really should rely on foods that contain sulfur.
MSM Supplements are a great source of organic sulfur!
Find out what type of MSM Supplements to look for to get great results.
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