Sulfur

Sulfur is present in all living tissues. It is the third most abundant mineral in the human body. Sulfur seems to have antibacterial effects against the bacteria that cause acne. It also might help promote the loosening and shedding of skin.

Sulfur plays an important role in crucial functions in your body, such as making protein, regulating gene expression, building and repairing DNA, and helping your body metabolize food.

What foods contain Sulfur?

Meat and poultry: especially beef, ham, chicken, duck, turkey, and organ meats like heart and liver

Fish and seafood: most types of fish, as well as shrimp, scallops, mussels, and prawns

Legumes: especially soybeans, black beans, kidney beans, split peas, and white beans

Nuts and seeds: especially almonds, Brazil nuts, peanuts, walnuts, and pumpkin and sesame seeds

Eggs and dairy: whole eggs, cheddar, Parmesan and gorgonzola cheese, and cow’s milk

Dried fruit: especially dried peaches, apricots, sultanas, and figs

Certain vegetables: particularly asparagus, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, red cabbage, leeks, onion, radishes, turnip tops, and watercress

Certain grains: especially pearl barley, oats, wheat, and flour made from these grains

Certain beverages: particularly beer, cider, wine, coconut milk, and grape and tomato juice

Condiments and spices: especially horseradish, mustard, marmite, curry powder, and ground ginger.

 

And let's not forget that drinking water in most cities.