Intense Exercise During Pregnancy
SULPHUR FOR PILATES
2. DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
Sulphur promotes the absorption of protein and the conversion of amino acids. It stimulates the liver to produce bile for fat digestion. It has a cleansing and antiseptic effect on the digestive system. It is necessary for the production of insulin, required for conversion of carbohydrates (glucose) into energy.
3. GLANDULAR SYSTEM
Sulphur is vital for cleansing of the glands, production of enzymes, protecting against blood impurities and for the pancreas gland enzyme production, essential for the metabolism of fats.
4. LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
Sulphur cleanses the vital network of the lymphatic system Conditions such as glandular fever are often caused by a build-up of toxins.
7. RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Sulphur is a heat-sensitive nutrient; in winter more than ever people have cooked meals—the time when those nasty respiratory germs seem to attack. The common cold, bronchitis and tuberculosis have been successfully treated with garlic (sulphur) for years.
9. BLOOD SYSTEM
Sulphur is an excellent blood purifier, it provides oxygen to the blood and is required in the formation of blood plasma. It is contained in all body tissues and as part of blood haemoglobin. Insulin is a sulphur compound; and for diabetics, it is most valuable.
17. SKIN SYSTEM
Sulphur is a vital ingredient of keratin, a protein substance within the outer skin layer. Sulphur foods promote a good complexion by cleansing the skin and scalp of toxins which can cause acne and dandruff.
NOTE: d.v. refers to the daily value for women 25-50 years, refer to RDI chart for adult male and child values.