The brewer's yeast can be fresh, used to make bread or pizza, or dry, with more nutrients. The brewer's yeast is characterized by a high content of proteins, vitamins of group B, and minerals such as magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, iron and calcium. Thanks to these properties, brewer's yeast is an ally to fight fatigue and asthenia, it has also a powerful detoxifying action for the liver and leads to benefits for skin, especially in case of acne, hair and nails, by strengthening them and by stimulating their growth. Brewer's yeast protects the intestine and regulates its activities, and, thanks to the vitamins of group B, it also helps in case of neuralgia and to prevent anemia. You can use it as dry flakes to add on salads or you can find it in tablets. Be careful if you suffer from diabetes or have allergies or intolerances to yeast, always ask the advice of your doctor.
October 12, 2016
Protein, vitamin B, mineral salts, it fights fatigue and anemia, able to detoxify the liver and skin, helpful in case of acne and pimples, oily skin, strengthens hair and nails, fights the pain in case of neuralgia
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