Sulphur 

This Vitamin Is Essential For...

  • disinfects the blood.

  • resists bacteria.

  • aids in oxidation reactions.

  • aids in bile secretion.

  • protects against toxins.

  • aids the construction of connective tissue.

  • helps bones, teeth, skin, hair and nails.

Sources

Found in protein foods - egg, seafood, beans, milk products, nuts and meats.

Comments

Sulphur is a component of amino acids and is part of every cell, especially hair, nails, muscle, and skin. Neither sulfur deficiency nor toxicity occurs in humans. Inorganic sulfur ingested in large amounts can be harmful.

 

 


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