The Magic of Sulphur

What You’ll Learn:

  • New research shows that sulphur prevents leptin resistance
  • The many benefits of sulphur including detoxification
  • How to find the most sulphur-rich foods

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23 comments on “The Magic of Sulphur
  1. Amy-Jo Salter says:

    What about homeopathic sulphur?
    Would that be a good place to start.

  2. Rita Groves says:

    It’d be great to have some good recipes to make bone broth and some soups or stews using bone broth. My daughter has severe eczema and my husband has rheumatoid arthritis, automimmune diseases with lots of inflammation, so I am trying to find things they will find tasty. Thanks!

  3. Desiree Butzer says:

    Thank you x that was very informative x use to get my msm from a vet??

  4. Patricia Ahumada says:

    thanks so much for this information, I’am taking note of everything I am learning and have to say that my challenge is to organize my menus and decide what is it that I am going to eat in the three daily meals, but I am conscious it’s a process and that we’re blessed to have the GM, and wish we all can be successful in getting where we want to be, healthy and in our perfect weight, xoxo

  5. Estelle Abbas says:

    This is really interesting. My great grandfather lived to 107 and he was never sick and extremely active (he was still riding his bike in his late 80’s, backwards, i.e. sitting on the handle bars). He took 1/8 teaspoon of sulphur every day. He said that people should be worshiping sulphur because of it’s health benefits. Of course we ignored him, thinking our modern day drugs and antibiotics were far superior. How wrong we were!!
    On the theme of sulphur, there was a greatly respected natural healer in WA(Narrogin) who once asked me to paint my soles with lime sulphur. I painted a 2.5 cm circle on each instep every night to clear my candida and lymphatics. It worked very well, but now you’ve kindled my interest in doing the same again for my leptin resistance. Interesting.

  6. Bonnie says:

    Garlic and onions are both rich in sulphur. Does cooking affect this? What are the best ways to incorporate garlic and onions, and how much per day is optimal?

    • Denaleigh -Gabriel Method Team says:

      Hi Bonnie,
      Great question – cooking does affect the levels of sulphur – however studies suggest, slicing onions and garlic and letting them sit for at least ten minutes before cooking, does make them more resistant to heat.
      I hope this helps.

  7. Great information – so appreciated. As a nutritionist this info will be very helpful for me to pass on to my clients. I didn’t know about the info you gave on bone broth and raw milk. Thank u so much!

  8. Bro Biotic says:

    As usual, Jon Delivers!! Great info. I got a place locally that makes pristine bone broth from grass fed animals…for only $5/quart!! And I have access to raw milk, which I make kefir with, and cheese and yogurt made from that milk. I am grateful to have access to the very foods Jon recommends to get Sulphur!!

  9. Patricia Barber says: has Hawaiian Black Lava pepper available from volcanic ash.

  10. Patricia Ahumada says:

    Hi Jon, love to learn from all you share with us, I’am really trying to feed myself with as much as raw food I can , but here is the but, here in my country, Mexico, organic food is really expensive and I have to drive to different places to get it, nevertheless I am conscious of the importance to feed myself with organic food so I’am doing a great effort to buy it.
    I am feeling lighter (this could be the inflamation in my digestive tract is less?) and trying to implement the GM in my lifestyle.
    I have to confess that I haven’t been able to “leave” my corn tortillas, nevertheless I don’t eat as many as I used to and would like your opinion on our mexican corn, just to confirm what you already said about corn in general. Thanks so much for everything and will keep learning and implementing what I learn everyday.
    I prepare my veggie soup with chicken bone, does this count? I use organic chicken bone when possible, or should it be beef bone?
    Your green juice has been a success for me I feel very well with it, I prepare it with my Nutribullet which includes de fiber of the veggies.xoxo

    • Jon Gabriel says:

      Hi Patricia,

      I would mix it up between chicken bone and beef bone to get a good variety of benefits.

      Corn elevates insulin levels. But it sounds like it’s going away on it’s own, so I wouldn’t worry about it too much.

  11. Does homeopathic sulphur help?
    Where Ian I find Bone Broth recepies, or do I just get raw organic bones & boil them?
    Really interesting talk as usual.. Thank you.

    • Denaleigh -Gabriel Method Team says:

      Hi Heather,
      You can google bone broth recipes – there is a huge amount available now – but here is a link to a great recipe:
      Kind regards

    • Rebecca Frith says:

      Hi Heather, the best recipes for broth I have found are from SALLY FALLON.
      I have found that its really been worth my while to buy organic bones ( eumundi meats in noosaville is where I go 🙂 and slow cook them after browning them a bit in ghee, coconut oil or olive oil. I sometimes have the broth going in the slow cooker for two days. The broth is AMAZING ! They sell broth in noosa for $10 a jar 🙁 which motivates me to make my own!! I make a big batch then put the broth in small containers and freeze them using it when I need it as a stock or a straight cup of broth.
      Also adding apple cider vinegar when cooking the broth draws out the proteins etc from the marrow so I add that too. I hope this helps.
      Rebecca on the sunshine coast queensland australia

  12. Florence says:

    Thanks Jon. Deeply grateful for your energy, your abilities and your willingness to share your gifts with us.