Among its many benefits, MSM has been shown
to encourage the repair of damaged skin. Our body is creating
new skin cells every day and when sulfur is adequately
available, the new skin is softer and smoother. The new skin
cells are also more permeable, allowing toxins to be eliminated
through the sweat glands, relieving the liver and kidneys from
their heavy workload.
This vital mineral is primarily found in
meat, poultry, fish, eggs, and dairy products. Since we are
advised to restrict these products in our diets, a sulfur
deficiency can easily result. The sulfur found in plant sources
is often lost in washing, cooking or steaming, so we are left
with very few ways to achieve adequate sulfur intake in our
diets. (2) Royal BodyCare's MSM with Microhydrin is the perfect
way to meet your dietary sulfur needs. We have combined MSM with
Vitamin C, for the positive synergistic effect of these two
Why MSM With Microhydrin
Microhydrin is a silicate nanocolloid, which
reduces surface tension and increases conductivity in water
taken with the capsule. Microhydrin has been shown in a human
placebo controlled study to increase both intracellular and
extracellular hydration. This is an ideal condition for optimum
absorption of MSM.
MSM is a non-toxic substance, with a toxicity
profile similar to that of water. The body uses the MSM that it
needs and eliminates any excess within 12 hours. MSM should not
be confused with sulfites or sulfa drugs. Allergies to these
substances do not effect your ability to take MSM. (3)
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1. Huxtable, Ryan J. Biochemistry of
Sulfer. New York: Plenum Press, 1986.
2. Pearson, Thomas W. "Natural occurring levels of
dimethyl sulfoxide in selected fruits, vegetables, grains and
beverages." Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry,
1981, 29: 1089.
3. Toxicology of Drugs and Chemicals, 4th Edition, Deichman,
W.B. and Gerarde, H. W. eds, Academic Press, 1969.