Reader asks, Do you sell the same sulfur that Patrick McGean recommends? Also, is your product free of excipients like silicon dioxide? I want to make sure I get sulfur that has not been contaminated by other additives. Also, where are you located: USA or Canada?
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You may be faced with a critical health issue that directly affects you or the life of a beloved parent or child. It doesn’t matter. You notice that the medicines prescribed by your doctors help to suppress symptoms, but trigger their own set of side effects. It feels like you are moving along an endless rollercoaster ride where you are given no means of escape. You know in your heart that your health experience is not unique. At the same time, you wonder how others have been able to transcend the same affliction that you are trying to overcome.
In recent weeks, several website visitors have asked how my organic sulfur is manufactured and whether it qualifies as a living food. Here is my response.
Prospective customer asks, “Apparently my body is dumping tons of sulfur out through my urine. Do you have any suggestions or remedies for getting my body back in balance? I believe this could be due to a methylation issue.”
Reader asks: One of your FAQs says, “Is there a simple test that will show me whether organic sulfur is benefiting my skin?” and the answer says, “Compare the differences and notice how your skin looks and feels.” What do you mean by, how your skin will look? Will it get a shade lighter? I am confused. I don’t want lighter skin on my face and rest of my body another color.
My next question is, can I give organic sulfur to my two kids, who are ages 7 and 3?
At your next doctor’s appointment, ask a couple of staff members to suggest a nutritional approach to correct a particular health condition. If they received their advanced degree in conventional medicine, chances are high that their knowledge about the role of nutrition would be minimal, at best. As a way to address your question, they may simply refer you to the food guide pyramid as defined by the USDA. The problem is succinctly described by a Milwaukee cardiologist named Dr. William Davis who is quoted as saying that “there’s tremendous ignorance about nutrition among physicians. It has never been part of the culture.”