Biologically active sulphur is one of the most critical nutrients for our bodies to remain youthful and energetic. As we age, along with a diet deficient in essential nutrients, our bodies become stiff, our cells become rigid, and our overall energy begins to rapidly decelerate.
MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) is an organic sulphur compound that’s naturally derived during the earth’s rain cycle. Sulphur is present in many natural unprocessed foods, but it’s quickly lost during the cooking process. MSM is gaining a lot of attention due to the recent focus on longevity and anti-aging technologies. Here’s a list of 7 impressive benefits that MSM delivers:
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MSM stands for Methyl‐sulphonyl‐methane. MSM is a form of sulphur, which is an component in the formation of collagen,elastin, cartilage and keratin.
MSM is a source of sulphur which is an essential nutrient required for the body’s production of proteins such as those found in cartilage, hair, skin and nails. Small quantities of MSM occur naturally in many foods, and it is therefore a source of sulphur in the diet, along with the sulphur containing amino acids found in dietary proteins.
How much MSM should I take?
It is best to start taking MSM in small quantities initially (½ tablespoon in a pint size glass of water) and increase the dose gradually to 1 - 2 tablespoons each day