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Sulfur is Absolutely Necessary

Sulfur is crucial for: (1) facilitate the detoxification of heavy metals, (2) effectively enable the transport of oxygen across the cell membrane, (3) foster healthy cell regeneration, or (4) act as the key agent in the effective utilization of amino acids. Four of the more crucial amino acids, methionine, cystine, cysteine, and taurine, cannot effectively function without organic sulfur.

What do garlic and glutathione have in common? Sulfur! Thus sulfur can increase levels of glutathione, a potent antioxidant produced by our bodies. Sulfur is used in Asia as an herbal medicine to treat inflammation and cancer.

Organic sulfur inhibits the breakdown of cartilage, a flexible tissue that protects the ends of your bones in joints (1Trusted Source). A study in 100 people over the age of 50 found that treatment with a supplement containing 1,200 mg of sulfur (MSM) for 12 weeks decreased pain, stiffness and swelling in the joints, compared to a placebo.

Dr. Budwig fed terminal cancer patients a mixture of skim milk protein (a sulfur-containing protein) and flaxseed oil. The Budwig diet and the Gerson Therapy diet are two leading anti-cancer diets. The badly needed sulfur protein L-methionine is found in cottage cheese. L-methionine is the essential amino acid responsible for breaking down omega-3 fatty acids. Sulfur is essential for the metabolism of carbohydrates. Sulfur is required for proper assimilation of the alpha amino acids methionine and cysteine.

The National Cancer Institute found that individuals who ate the most allium vegetables (red onions, scallions, garlic, chives and leeks) had a nearly 50% lower cancer risk than those who ate the least. That page on the Cancer Institute has disappeared by one can find similar information here.