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Author Topic: The Link Between Obesity and Sulfur Deficiency
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Post The Link Between Obesity and Sulfur Deficiency
on: August 1, 2013, 22:46

MIT researcher Dr. Stephanie Seneff has speculated that sulfur deficiency could be a key contributing factor to America's obesity epidemic, as well as a host of other health issues.

Patrick McGean of the Cellular Matrix Study responded and said YES, most assuredly.

In 1954 Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson signed the Chemical Fertilizer Rider to the Farm Subsides Act of 1946, dashing the role and hopes of traditional farmers who advocated and used organic fertilizers. Chemical fertilizers, as you well know, are made from 'black gold' (petroleum). Old Ezra's signature took natural sulfur out of our soil and kept figures like Nelson Rockefeller and Prescott Bush happy and profitable during the post-war period when oil demand had declined. Displacing organic with petroleum-based fertilizers invariably ensured that millions of folks raised on such foods would eventually become fat. If you can't burn food in your bodies, it will be stored as fat that leads to sickness and premature death. On the other hand, foods containing natural sulfur allows oxygen to be transported into our cells, which enables our bodies to metabolize fat.

We are what we eat. As pointed out by Dr. Linus Pauling when he spoke at BYU in 1990, everything we hate about modern diseases and our declining health is the result of a mineral deficiency to our biology. Sulfur is that mineral. By regularly taking sulfur (one teaspoon for every 100 lbs of body weight, two to three times a day) and joining the Cellular Matrix Study, you can help us return to organically grown food and watch Big Oil and pHarma cease to exist.

Sulfur makes girls beautiful, no matter their age.

Patrick McGean
Cellular Matrix Study
Body Human Project est. 1999

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