How to find how much sulfur is in peanuts/flaxseed?


#1

Hi, this is my first post here. Though I’m not exactly making Soylent (It could be technically if I just put the peanuts in a blender and put everything together lol). I’m making a Vegan Keto diet for building muscle under $4 a day average. Currently at around $3.78. Anyone know where to find the sulfur content of certain foods that don’t have it listed? I’ve tried several nutrition data websites but haven’t found anything on it. I know that legumes are considered “High sulfur foods” but I like to have measurable knowledge on it to know whether I should supplement with MSM or not. Any help appreciated, thanks :slight_smile:


#2

Have you looked at this https://www.nutritionvalue.org


#3

Just checked it out, sadly it doesn’t have sulfur content :frowning: Thanks for the help though :slight_smile: Do you know if sulfur content only comes from amino acids Methionine and cytesine (or at least a very high portion of it)? If it does I think I should be good, thanks.


#4

Which food specifically are you looking for? My brief foray definitely showed some with sulphur content listed.


#5

Okay, must be nuts… (no pun intended). Now I’m not seeing it. I’d suspect as you say that most of the sulphur is bound up in sulphur containing amino acids.


#6

Aight, thanks for the help, appreciate it :slight_smile: