Sulfates [sulfate depletion]

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Sulfates:  molecules containing bioactive, ionic sulphur in activated form that function as electrolytes for proper function of brain and heart and for transmission of nerve signals.

Cholesterol is made by the liver and LDL [so-called bad cholesterol] when exposed to sunlight forms cholesterol sulfate that is critical for brain and heart function.

NOTE: just because a supplement contains sulphur does NOT mean the sulfur it contains  is available or in the same category as Young Again Club’s sea mineral sulfates.


Sulfate ions are extremely bioactive mineral molecules that are vital to all body tissue, and particularly the vital organs [brain, heart, kidneys, pancreas and liver.]

Soluble, activated sulfates are transported by cholesterol molecules made in the liver.  Insufficient cholesterol puts severe stress on all of the vital organs.

The body rob peripheral muscles of their sulfates to supply the vital organs, but it can only borrow them if sulfates available in muscle tissue [or in circulation.]

Depletion of sulfates causes wasting syndrome that progresses over many years before it becomes obvious.  Wasting syndrome haunts 100% of the population over age 40 and gets progressively worse with advancing years.  By age 60, emaciation is reality.

Lack of cholesterol creates deficits in available sulfates to operate and regulate the heart and brain.  Heart attack and stroke are the final stages of sulfate exhaustion, meaning, tissue death and eventual, SHUT-DOWN of the organs.

Sulfates are available from YAC in both liquid and tablet forms.  They either added to each glass of drinking water throughout the day or taken during waking hours.

FYI: there is absolutely no downside to suppling the body with loads of sulfates.

For more details, click the following hyperlink to read  The Icelandic Medical Phenomenon of 1820.


  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

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