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Sulfur

Applications:
Vital for cellular protection, sulfur has antiaging properties and is needed for the formation of collagen. It is good for blood purification, dandruff, acne, hair, and irregular menstrual cycles.

Sources:
Meat, poultry, eggs and fish and in small amounts in thiamine and biotin. Note: Sulfur is found in some of the amino acids of high protein foods. Garlic is particularly high in sulfur, which contributes to its therapeutic actions.

Interactions:
Sulfur can react with some prescription drugs and should not be taken as a single supplement under normal conditions. To be assimilated properly, adequate amounts of vitamin B1, B5 and biotin need to be present.

Recommendations:
Sulfur is usually found as part of total supplemental formulas. For some individuals, sulfur intake should be reduced.

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