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Check out Dr. Greg’s book: The Devil in the Garlic

Can an innocent bit of garlic be responsible for your allergies, skin issues, anxiety, digestive problems or hot flashes? Garlic, kale, and other foods high in sulfur can lead to challenging health issues, chronic disease and possibly even cancer, in people who can’t metabolize sulfur.

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In this ground-breaking book, you’ll discover:

  • The vital role sulfur plays in health
  • How environmental toxins can wreck sulfur metabolism
  • The wide range of health effects caused by impaired sulfur digestion
  • How specific gut bacteria drive the process, and why simply killing them off doesn’t work
  • The best and worst supplements for addressing this problem
  • A diet, nutrient, and detoxification program to get sulfur working in your favor again

This book is for anyone who has struggled with mysterious or difficult-to-treat symptoms, especially symptoms that have not been relieved by previous therapies. Impaired sulfur metabolism is a problem that lurks in the background of many chronic diseases. Unless you know what to look for, it is easy to miss, and in fact many supplements intended to relieve symptoms will make the problem worse by throwing more fuel on a fire that is already raging.

Is sulfur a problem for you? This book will tell you, and how to get it working if it is.

Dr. Greg Nigh is a naturopathic physician and licensed acupuncturist practicing at Immersion Health in Portland, Oregon.

He is a 2001 graduate of the National University of Natural Medicine with a dual degree as a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine. Prior to his naturopathic studies he received his BA at the University of Notre Dame and an MA from Arizona State University.

Dr. Nigh is a prolific writer and has spoken around the world on topics related to sulfur metabolism and associated problems. He has a clinical focus in naturopathic oncology, but treats a wide range of other conditions including Lyme disease, mold-related illness, chronic fatigue, autoimmune diseases, and of course the wide range of symptoms and diseases associated with impaired sulfur metabolism.