Brewer’s yeast is a natural source of quality proteins, vitamins and minerals

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Brewer’s yeast is a natural source of quality proteins, vitamins and minerals
Brewer’s yeast is grown on beer malt, an extract of barley malt, i.e. wet and germinated grains of barley and hops. These are the best sources of vitamins and minerals and trace elements. The composition of brewer’s yeast consists of 50% easily digestible and human-needed proteins that contain all amino acids, ie structural elements of proteins that are not synthesized in the body but should be taken with the diet. The human body needs 8 essential amino acids, the lack of which causes a disorder in the physical and mental development of a person. Brewer’s yeast contains unique fatty acids (oleic, arachidonic and linolenic). The absence or lack of these acids contributes to the formation of cholesterol deposits on the walls of blood vessels and a decrease in the elasticity of erythrocytes in the blood. Dry or autolyzed yeast does not cause fermentation processes in the body and practically does not cause allergic reactions.
Today, biologically active additives include only dry brewer’s yeast or yeast autolysate. This form is better digested and absorbed than raw brewer’s yeast, which is a single-celled brewer’s fungus. Due to the high protein content, brewer’s yeast is contraindicated in the case of gout and renal insufficiency. In case of individual intolerance, each person should give up the use of brewer’s yeast. The vitamins in this yeast are related to proteins and therefore reach the body slowly and evenly, excluding sudden oscillations in the blood.
Taking 5 to 7 grams of brewer’s yeast a day fully satisfies the body’s needs for vitamins B1, ie thiamine and B2, ie riboflavin. Yeast contains a significant amount of vitamin B3, ie nicotinic acid or PP, B4, ie oline, B5, ie pantothenic acid, B9, ie folic acid, and vitamin E, ie tocopherol. Vitamin E improves the absorption of B vitamins. It is recommended to use brewer’s yeast in case of B-hypervitaminosis, ie lack of B vitamins, anemia, endocrine diseases, during recovery after colds, flu, angina, and other respiratory viral diseases, due to poor and poor diet, poor appetite, when working in heavy and harmful production conditions, alcohol and nicotine abstinence. Taking brewer’s yeast helps the body gain resistance to the effects of adverse environmental factors. Brewer’s yeast stimulates metabolic processes, strengthens immunity, lowers the level of bad cholesterol in the blood, removes harmful substances and toxins from the body, strengthens the subjective experience and work ability. It is used in the case of prevention and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and has the ability to improve the secretion of the pancreas and intestinal motility.
B vitamins are important for the proper functioning of the nervous system because yeast strengthens nerves, thus increasing resistance to stress. Yeast is used in medical therapies against neuralgia, polyneuritis, radiculitis and other neurological diseases.
Brewer’s yeast is valuable and useful for athletes, vegetarians and physically active people because it contains a lot of nutrients and useful proteins. Brewer’s yeast strengthens the process of digestion and contains few calories, so it is recommended for people who want to lose excess weight. Consumption of brewer’s yeast does improve appetite, but it does not affect weight gain.
Cosmetic preparations with brewer’s yeast
Brewer’s yeast has a beneficial effect on the condition of the skin, hair and nails. The high content of vitamins B1 and B2 enables successful application against dermatoses, ie itching, eczema, psoriasis, treatment of blackheads and acne. Masks containing brewer’s yeast cleanse the skin well. They have antibacterial properties. They reduce the activity of sebaceous glands. Drinking brewer’s yeast removes the symptoms of dermatoses and the cause of the symptoms, i.e. metabolic disorders.
Brewer’s yeast with yogurt-mix natural yogurt with one tablespoon of dry yeast. Put the mask on your face avoiding sensitive areas around the eyes. Hold for 15 minutes, then rinse your face with warm water.
Brewer’s yeast for well-groomed hair – taking brewer’s yeast improves the structure of the hair, giving it a healthy shine. Strengthens hair growth. Prevents hair loss and baldness. External application of yeast will strengthen the hair and restore the natural shine.
Hair mask-mix 5v tablespoons of dry yeast, half a tablespoon of olive oil and a little mineral water. Put the mass on dry hair. Then wrap your head with a nylon bag. Leave for an hour. Rinse your hair with running water. Dry your hair naturally.

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