Beneficial Regenerate the intestinal flora, digestion, skin, hair, nails, fatigue, overwork, dry and tired skin, on brittle nails, split and toneless hair, hair loss
Brewer's yeast description
It is the composition of many microscopic fungi between six and ten microns, but not pathogenic, and are composed of a quantity of cells that are found naturally on the skin of certain fruits or in the mold. some beer. Live brewer's yeast has the appearance of a yellowish powder and a bitter fragrance, it is best to take it in a capsule. Be careful not to confuse live brewer's yeast with that used in bread or cakes.
Brewer's yeast culture
It has been around for over five thousand years and is still being consumed. In the last century, it was even recommended for populations where malnutrition was present, because it is an essential food supplement. Doctors and nutricians have always advised it. Live brewer's yeast is made by cultivation and multiplication of fungi on a medium with a high sugar content (beet molasses for example), then fermentation takes place in large vats and by a centrifuge system, the yeast is separated from its medium and a creamy yeast is extracted from it which is dehydrated below 40 degrees so that it keeps its active potential and therefore alive.
Brewer's yeast its composition
Live brewer's yeast is one of the most natural elements and has a high content of various essential components for the body. It is a natural source of amino acids and proteins of high biological value, it contains no less than 8 essential amino acids with leucine and isoleucine, lysine, methionine, as well as phenylalanine and valine and also tryptophan and threonine.
Live brewer's yeast contains many minerals, along with calcium, copper, iron and magnesium, phosphorus and potassium, sulfur. It also includes ferments, enzymes such as maltase and alcoholase, oxidase and catalase, sterols and lecithin as well as glycogen.
Also it is rich in various vitamins, vitamin B1 and vitamin B2, also vitamin B3 and vitamin B5, as well as vitamin B6 and B7 and still vitamin B8 and B12.
Brewer's yeast and its medicinal properties
Live brewer's yeast has antibacterial properties (staphylococcus for example), it is also a reconstituting of the intestinal flora, an immunostimulant and a general stimulant of the organism.
Ideally recommended in rebalancing the intestinal flora, in the face of antibiotic cures and especially to recover from intestinal disorders, such as acute or tourist diarrhea, or its opposite constipation, and colitis, nausea and vomiting of pregnant women and cramps, while aiding digestion.
Live brewer's yeast has the effect of strengthening and better resistance to infections and the resulting fatigue, it helps fight against overwork, it has a beneficial effect on eczema and stimulation of appetite.
But that's not all, live brewer's yeast is also a food supplement for aesthetics, it brings undoubted benefit to skin problems, such as dry skin, acne-prone skin, tired skin, it returns all its radiance to your skin. Live brewer's yeast will strengthen your hair, face split ends and lack of tone, as well as hair that falls or breaks, as well as to tone your brittle nails.
Live brewer's yeast is a natural food supplement used by people who prefer a diet that excludes meat, it is specified that by its high protein content, brewer's yeast will stabilize the imbalance due to their culinary preference. It can be added to any dish only at the end of cooking (so as not to lose its value), soup, sauces, stews, but also pastries, etc.
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Regenerate the intestinal flora, digestion, skin, hair, nails, acne, eczema, fatigue, overwork, dry and tired skin, on brittle nails, split hair and without tone, hair loss , diarrhea, (tourista), acute diarrhea, colitis, constipation, nausea, vomiting.