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Updated 14 February 2013

What sulphur does for you

Sulphur is necessary for the production of keratin, a protein that promotes healthy skin and hair. An ingredient of every cell in the body, it’s necessary for proper bone structure, and the proper formation of cartilage and tendons. It also plays an active role in the production of the hormone insulin, which keeps your blood sugar levels balanced.

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Sulphur is necessary for the production of keratin, a protein that promotes healthy skin and hair. An ingredient of every cell in the body, it’s necessary for proper bone structure, and the proper formation of cartilage and tendons. It also plays an active role in the production of the hormone insulin, which keeps your blood sugar levels balanced.
 
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