Various individuals have asked, “Are there tests that can determine whether I am obtaining an adequate amount of sulfur from my diet?”
While I do not know of a formal or recognized medical procedure, I can suggest a simple test that can be performed by anyone who has access to a camera (digital or film).
Take a clear, flash photo of your entire face, making sure your eyes and nose are in focus and you’re not wearing glasses or makeup. Start taking organic sulfur as directed (one teaspoon twice a day). In a month’s time, take another photograph of your face. In three month’s time, take another picture. After six months, take a fourth photo. Compare the different views of your face and assess whether you feel healthier and look younger than when you first started your sulfur regimen.
If you are deprived of an adequate supply of sulfur from your diet, your cells won’t be able to repair themselves naturally and your body will display the effects of aging. It’s simple biology. There are 13 participants in the Live Blood and Cellular Matrix Study who are over 90 years old who take sulfur regularly and are walking freely without canes. In addition, there are over 100 people in the Study who were diagnosed as End Stage Cancer Patients who haven’t died after they started taking sulfur. On the other side of the coin, there are 21 children in the same Study who are no longer autistic because they initiated an organic sulfur program.
If you would like further information about this subject, send an email to schedule a conference call with myself and Patrick McGean, the Director of the Live Blood and Cellular Matrix Study.
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