Sulphur is intricately tied in with the history of the Earth: it is found in the atmosphere, the oceans, the continents, volcanoes and in living creatures in the form of organic molecules.
Water can also contain a sulphur compound, hydrogen sulphide, which produces the sulphur water used in spas. Water used for its beneficial effects on the body, including in the treatment of certain ENT conditions….(3)
Sulphur is also found in food.
The richest food sources of this nutrient are of animal origin: red and white meat, offal, eggs (specifically yolks), fish and shellfish.
Some plants also contain high levels of sulphur, including onions, garlic, cabbage, turnip, lentils, chickpeas, nuts and seeds (cashews, pecans, pistachios, sunflower seeds and sesame seeds for example).