Recommended daily dose of sulfur: not established.
Sulfur food sources
Foods rich in protein such as meat and fish, certain types of water, and air, provide us with sulfur.
The health benefits of sulfur
• It intervenes in the actions of toxic agents;
• It is connected to the proteins specialized in manufacturing bone tissue and to proteins with a role in the health of nail and hair;
• It links to several toxins, and transforms them into nontoxic chemicals.
Useful health tips about sulfur
Sulfates that are occasionally found in prepared foods and medicines have nothing to do with sulfur other than similar names.
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