Sulfur and Chronic Disease
Stephanie Seneff, PhD
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The Western world faces an ever-increasing burden of debilitating, potentially life-threatening, conditions and diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, obesity, Alzheimer's, autism, depression, arthritis, chronic lung disease, gastrointestinal disorders and pneumonia. Dr. Seneff's extensive research into the underlying cause of these problems has revealed that all of them can be traced to a severe deficiency in sulfur and, most especially, sulfate throughout the vasculature and the tissues. The sulfate anion (SO4-2) plays an essential role in maintaining blood stability, as well as promoting electrolyte and nutrient transport across the membranes of all the cells. However, it is challenging to maintain adequate supplies of sulfur in the face of modern agricultural practices and food processing methods. Irrational fears of cancer have caused us to avoid sunlight exposure, further compounding the problem. This all-day talk will discuss all the various aspects of this issue, including the underlying biology, as well as the reasons why we are in this unfortunate state and how we can fix the problem.