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MSM: ingredient of Lastevolution

The role of MSM in our organism

The role of MSM in our organismMSM is a solid compound soluble in water, also known as dimethyl sulphone, sulfonilbismetano and me-
thyl sulphone, which is found in nature:
oceans, algae and various forms of plankton absorb large amoun-
ts of water and sulphur from the change in an elementary structure with organic links. At the time of their death, the organic particles of algae and planktonic organisms are decomposed by enzymatic developments that gives rise to DMS, dimethyl sulphide, a volatile and poorly water-soluble compound. This is collected into the stratosphere, where, by ultraviolet light which is oxidized and initially converted into DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) and after in MSM (methyl-sulphonyl-methane).

The body needs it for almost all the vital molecules such as enzymes, hormones, amino acids, antibodies and antioxidants. For the body is one of the four basic minerals and is involved in several of its main activities and basically in every cell. The circulatory system of a grown man performed by nature MSM levels equal to about 0.2 mg/kg. Healthy adults are ejected from 4 to 11 mg MSM per day through the urine.

Multiple research indicates that systemic concentration of MSM drops, with the years, in mammals, probably due to metabolic changes or changes in eating habits. With insuffi-
cient by sulfur, is the hardening of muscle tissues and joints, skin shrinkage and reduction of plasticity of lung tissues and arterial blood vessels. In addition, the transfer of genetic information through soft connective tissue, so that the age-specific illness are likely caused by a minor communication between arrays and textures.

Collagen is a protein that is found in greater measure in our bodyNails and hair are made mostly from high-protein sulfur content called keratin.
Flexible compounds such as con-
nective tissue and cartilage that enclose proteins with flexible sulfur bonds. Collagen is a protein that is found in greater measure in our body, as well as an essential con-
stituent of all connective tissues. It provides the skin plasticity acting synergistically with the structures of another protein called elastin. In cartilage, glucosamine, Chondroitin and sulfur form package contain-
ing proteoglycans, collagen, with a fibrous protein substan-
ce that gives the structure of collagen and makes it supple.

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