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Old 03-04-2015, 03:07 PM   #1
ravishkk
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Hi Everyone,

I am 27yr old.Daily I take healthy natural diet, supplements (omega3, multivitamin, whey, MSM). I also take lot of sulfur rich diet too and a supplement for sulfur ie MSM ( heard a lot about its benefits)

so,can consuming lot of sulfur through diet (chicken,milk,wheatgrass,protein powder,nuts,eggs,green veggies,fruits) and supplement (MSM) cause ALS?
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once a person has ALS, then he/she should avoid sulfur rich diet?

Should I control my sulfur intake through my diet or amino acids l-cysteine or MSM supplement ? Request you all to please help me on this.

I read an article in * and * that says-

(edited* - Copyright 2000-2015 Acu-Cell Nutrition)
I have read that excess sulfur excretes out of body through urine but above its written that " excessive storage of cellular sulfur and selenium" cause ALS.

If sulfur is excreted out, then how can it be stored? I am very confused.
Please help me on this.

God bless you all.Thanks a lot !

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Old 03-04-2015, 03:28 PM   #2
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