The following remarks were compiled and edited from a series of emails that Patrick McGean (1946-2019) sent out to his distribution list.
Public awareness of MSM as a food supplement is more likely to be found among advocates of alternative health care rather than those who rely on conventional medicine. Explaining the relationship and difference between MSM and organic sulphur is the
Reader says, I maintain a strict dietary regimen where I eat mostly raw, organic produce and protein-rich foods from sustainable sources. I was recently tested for sulfur and learned that my intake was more than sufficient. Of what benefit would
Two interrelated amino acids known as cysteine and cystine play key roles in the health of our hair, skin, and nails. When you factor in that they are also used to produce glutathione – the powerful antioxidant that helps the
Chart: The World’s Healthiest Foods Choline is a water-soluble micronutrient closely related to the vitamin B complex. In 1998, the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) added choline to its list of required nutrients. Along with folate and vitamins B6 and
Reader asks, Why not take sulfur instead of MSM?
Reader says, I’ve been taking your organic sulphur now for several weeks and haven’t noticed much change in my health or energy level. Am I missing something here? Should I increase or reduce my dosage or continue taking it as
Reader writes, On talk shows about autism and other health subjects, I hear references to methylation. Can you explain this process to me and how it relates to sulfur?