A big bad combination of things has emerged into this enormous challenge leading up to today in the 21st century. That of sulfur deficiency / sulphur deficiency. Our body is supposed to be made up of some x% of sulfur, and since we are not creating sulfur in our bodies, this sulfur has to come from elsewhere, the food, the air, the water, the drinks. But unfortunately, in the 21st century, the sulfur cycle is broken, and because of global pollution and urban living, our body’s requirements for sulfur has increased tremendously with supplies of sulfur curtailed because our soils have been depleted of sulfur from over farming and the use of sulfur deficient fertilizers.
If you look at the nutrition data tables for your favorite vegetables or animal foods, you should see that cruciferous vegetables, land animals and some sea food such as scallops are supposed to have a lot of sulfur. That in the older 20th century assumptions, no one should be sulfur deficient. But that is not the case today in the 21st century. The soils are depleted of sulfur. Cumulative years of the wrong farming practices. The vegetables suffer from sulfur deficiency, the animals feeding on the land suffer from sulfur deficiency, we people at the top of the food chain suffer from sulfur deficiency.Continue Reading