Sulfur is a an essential mineral that supports good health and well-being. Sulfur is structurally involved in the metabolism of amino acids and proteins. It is also necessary for the synthesis and maintenance of connective tissues such as skin, hair, muscles, and tendons. Sulfur is involved in fat digestion and absorption. Sulfur is a component of insulin, as well as bones, teeth, and collagen. Sulfur is largely supplied to the body through the amino acids present in protein rich foods. However, it can be found naturally in meat, poultry, fish, eggs, beans, and dairy products.
At the time, there have been no reported interactions between sulfur and other drugs/supplements.
There have been no reported side effects with the use of sulfur supplements.
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