Excerpts of three archived articles about sulfur and detoxification.
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Organic sulfur boosts the production of glutathione, the most important antioxidant produced by the body. Glutathione is a potent chelator involved in cellular response, transport, and excretion of metal cations and is a biomarker for toxic metal overload.
In this YouTube clip, Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren describes sulfur’s benefits as well as caveats. He relates how DNA, hormones, glutathione and antioxidant levels are linked to sulfur.
Reader asks, “Has organic sulfur helped autistic children?”
Patrick McGean, director of the Live Blood and Cellular Matrix Study, reported recently that 19 children in his worldwide study are no longer autistic after taking organic sulfur — a crystalline food and vital mineral missing from most people’s diet.
Customer asks, “Can zeolite be taken concurrently with sulfur? If not, should I wait the traditional 30 minutes between usage?”