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The body needs minerals to perform various vital functions, such as building bones or producing hormones. A balanced and varied diet is the greatest way to obtain these nutrients. Sulfur (S) is a macromineral whose consumption depends on the intake of methionine. It participates in multiple metabolic reactions and is on several important components of the body. Since ancient times it has been used in human health with sulfur baths and other products that effectively relieve symptoms of different issues in the body.

Sulfur Functions

This mineral has multiple functions in the body and is necessary for the body to properly perform all of its metabolic needs. Among the essential functions of this mineral, we can find:

  • It is a member of some proteins
  • It is part of vitamins
  • Participates in the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats
  • It is part of hormones

Main Food Sources

Main food sources of Sulfur surrounding the word Sulfur on a dark blue background.

If we do not suffer from any disorder but want to increase the consumption of sulfur, the most natural and effective way is to increase the intake of those foods that contain it, which are:

  • Garlic
  • Onion
  • Broccoli
  • Legumes
  • Wheat germ
  • Meat
  • Fish and seafood
  • Brewer’s yeast
  • Mustard
  • Cucumber
  • Mango
  • Grapefruit
  • Spinach
  • Raw egg yolk
  • Asparagus
  • Carrot
  • Apple
  • Plum
  • Sunflower seeds

This mineral does not have consumption recommendations, but with the intake of a relatively balanced diet, its deficiency is avoided.

Sulfur Deficiency

It is very rare. But its deficiency in the body can cause a delay in growth. That is why it should be consumed regularly. This mineral should be consumed in minimal amounts. However, it is important to have a balanced diet that fills our nutritional needs to reach the appropriate levels of this mineral that the body needs. Tobacco is capable of reducing the intestinal absorption of this mineral.

Sulfur Toxicity

Like its deficiency, too much of this mineral can also cause growth problems, since it is a mineral that is highly linked to proteins. If the excess comes from food, it is not considered toxic, only if it is due to the intake of inorganic sulfur through other products.

Health Benefits

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This mineral fulfils essential functions for health. For this reason, if we take it as a natural supplement, we will help the body to achieve the following benefits:

  • Improves the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates
  • Collaborates in cerebral oxygenation
  • Improves liver function and contributes to the natural cleansing of the body
  • Regulates the nervous system
  • Regulates blood glucose levels
  • Improves digestive function
  • Relieves pain caused by rheumatic diseases

Sulfur can be very beneficial to treat skin conditions among other ailments, whether we use it topically or through the diet. This mineral can also be very beneficial to treat skin conditions among other ailments, whether we use it topically or include foods containing it in our diet. It is a mineral that is present in the earth’s crust in great quantity, and that performs very important functions in our body, so its deficit can cause severe health disorders.

Cosmetic Uses

Sulfur, whether it is part of the components of cosmetic products or if we consume it with food, allows us to take care of the health of the skin, hair, and nails. It can help these parts of the body because of its remarkable properties, which are:

  • Strengthens nails and hair
  • Fight bacteria and fungi
  • Calms eczema and skin allergies
  • Reduces acne
  • Promotes the formation of collagen and keratin
  • It evens out the pigmentation of the skin
  • Helps eliminate toxins that accumulate in the skin

When is it Recommended?

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According to the previous points, the consumption of sulfur as a supplement or increasing the consumption of foods rich in sulfur is recommended, especially, to those people who suffer from any of the following imbalances:

  • Dermatitis
  • Acne
  • High levels of cholesterol or triglycerides
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Liver congestion and difficulty digesting food
  • Psoriasis
  • Rheumatic diseases
  • Allergies
  • Diabetes
  • Alopecia
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Nervous disorders such as anxiety, stress, or depression

 

Sulfur shampoos: For hair problems such as dandruff, seborrheic dermatitis or alopecia.

Cleansing creams and lotions for the skin: For skin with impurities and to help improve the texture of the skin.

Sulfur soaps: For skin with acne, with excess oil and a tendency to superinfection.

Bottom Line

Sulfur is a highly important mineral for the body, and we consume it so essential so the functions of the human body can develop fully. Many foods contain sulfur, and its required intake can be achieved with a good diet, which should be balanced and also fills our nutritional needs.

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