Let’s address that commonly asked question by focusing on the cause of many modern illnesses via a passing nod to that time-honored expression, ‘Rome was not built in a day.’
If your particular health condition can be attributed to years, if not decades, of exposure to various toxins in your food, air, and water, doesn’t it seem unreasonable to expect positive changes to suddenly manifest in your body after taking a simple food supplement like organic sulfur for a period of a few days? Moreover, if you continue to follow the same dietary and lifestyle patterns that led to your illness, can you truly expect beneficial results to be maintained over the long term?
I think you would agree that nobody has the exact same health history and body chemistry as you do. There are many participating in the Cellular Matrix Study who elect to take organic sulfur who do not suffer from any major illness and simply add the essential mineral to their diet to detoxify daily and maintain their overall health. On the other hand, there are thousands of study members who are taking the supplement to address one or more health issues or auto-immune diseases. The time needed for an unwell body to respond positively to sulfur is not consistent. For instance, while someone who suffers from sudden back or joint pain may notice rapid improvement within as little as a few days, it may take months or even years for an individual afflicted with a more serious condition like candida, fibromyalgia, Alzheimer’s disease, or multiple sclerosis.
The Cellular Matrix Study is a global research project with more than 300,000 active participants who are taking sulfur on a regular basis. Each participant is essential to the success of the project, for it is the members themselves who reveal what health conditions are helped directly by sulfur and how fast the process works.
When you begin your organic sulfur regimen, here’s a simple procedure you can use to monitor your progress over time: Before taking your first dose of organic sulfur, photograph your face (front view). After 4 weeks have passed, capture a few more pictures of your face. Follow up with additional photographs after another month. Compare the differences and notice how your skin looks and feels.
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