Sulfur

by: Darrin Desylva, Nic Tustison

functions of sulfur in the human body

Is involved is protein synthesis and is used is used to help form connective tissues and ligaments. Sulfur can also be used to ease bone irritation such as arthritis.

Effects of insufficient levels of sulfur

insufficient amounts of sulfur in the body can result in joint irritation. Another effect that happens when a human has insufficient levels of sulfur is that undesirable chemicals can penetrate the body

Foods that Sulfur can be found in

Sulfur can mainly be found in protein rich foods such as meats and

Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower.

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