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The role of sulfur in biology has been overlooked through the years, but there are many disease processes where the sulfur chemistry is under particular stress. Dietary supplements which try to meet this need can be wonderful for some and cause surprising adverse reactions in others. Right now, we don't know enough about what may cause this difference in response, but we will get to that understanding faster by sharing our stories.



This list is set up as a forum for people who have seen very positive or very negative responses to sulfur supplements of various sorts. Discussions of biomedical diagnostic testing are welcomed and encouraged, and people may also share abstracts from research articles, when relevant.



Supplements discussed on this list will include:


MSM

N-acetylcysteine

taurine

sulfate (epsom salts, primarily)

biotin

thiamine

SAMe

methionine

L-cysteine

glutathione

alpha lipoic acid

glucosamine sulfate

chondroitin sulfate

DMSA or DMPS

and things that support sulfur pathways

such as:


pantothenic acid

molybedenum

magnesium

glutamine

B6 (pyridoxine)

folic acid

Vitamin B12

DMG or TMG (betaine)

niacinamide

iron



Attempts to sell or market products via this list will not be allowed, and listmates involved with sales or manufacture of supplements will need to disclose that connection in the signature line of their posts.



Let's keep an atmosphere of positive sharing. Discussions that make the atmosphere different from positive must be taken off the list. Please indicate a diagnosis (if relevant)in your signature line, but that is not required.

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  • Health Care
  • Feb 14, 2003
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