Sulfurzyme In My Arsenal Because.....

Sulfurzyme In My Arsenal Because.....
Anyone that knows me in my teaching role with Young Living knows that I always recommend Young Living's Sulfurzyme for literally everyone!  Why? 

  • Sulfur is the third most abundant mineral in your body. While close to half of it can be found in your muscles, skin and bones, sulfur plays important roles in hundreds of physiological processes
  • Excellent sources of sulfur include homemade bone broth, organic pastured eggs, grass-fed meats, nuts, wild-caught Alaskan salmon, cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli and alliums like onions and garlic
  • Sulfur can also be obtained through supplementation with methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)
Dr. Mercola has a great article on the benefits of dietary sulfur here. 

It's difficult to get enough sulfur in this modern world without making it a full-time job of eating lots of the above listed sources of sulfur (and of course it must be good quality).  That's why I always recommend taking Young Living's Sulfurzyme, which comes in two forms - capsules and powder.  I like the powder better because it has prebiotic qualities in it, too.   Whichever one you choose, be sure to add  Sulfurzyme®  to your supplements and notice the difference after a couple of months - you can thank me later :-)

Sulfurzyme® combines wolfberry with MSM, a naturally occurring organic form of dietary sulfur needed by our bodies every day to maintain the structure of proteins, protect cells and cell membranes, replenish the connections between cells, and preserve the molecular framework of connective tissue.* MSM also supports the immune system, the liver, circulation, and proper intestinal function and works to scavenge free radicals.* Wolfberries contain minerals and coenzymes that support the assimilation and metabolism of sulfur.* FOS is added to this formula to support normal digestive system health.*
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Young Living products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.