Yeast beer !!!!
who has already had a beer yeast cure, that’s why
it is good for the skin, the nails, the hair and also, it seems, it can help during a diet
does it contain gluten?
brewer’s yeast is brewer’s yeast (therefore no gluten), it exists in the form of tablets (but it is necessarily less well assimilated by the body), and in the form of “powder”, I put it in pasta and rice, I find it super good! What is it for: it is a dietary supplement that can be found in the organic shelves of supermarkets, brewer’s yeast contains proteins (so not bad when you eat little meat), vitamins and above all, it gives a pretty skin, beautiful hair and beautiful nails (some even go so far as to say that it grows hair and hair but that I am not convinced !!!) but for the rest, I can guarantee you that this is a very healthy food!
Me, I love brewer’s yeast flakes, I can eat 1,2,3,4,5 … teaspoons per day, or even +
Besides, I have 2 questions: there is a minimum quantity to respect per day, or is it at will ????
Are there any downsides (dangers?) To eating too much ???
Thank you !!!
does taking brewer’s yeast make you fat ????????????
Since no one is answering me, I found an awesome text on:
that will light your way regarding BEER YEAST.
Good reading !
If there is one edible vegetable that perfectly illustrates the famous Hippocratic aphorism: “Let your food be your medicine and your medicine your food”, it is brewer’s yeast. Indeed, this unicellular microscopic fungus, which reproduces by budding, constitutes both a remarkable food supplement and, in many cases, an extremely effective natural therapy.
Brewer’s yeast – whose learned name is Saccharomyces cerevisiae – is a fungus naturally present in the air, whose thallus consists of spherical or ovoid cells which are isolated or grouped in branched strings and which multiply by budding. The size of each of these cells varies between 6 and 10 microns (1 micron = one thousandth of a mm).
This microscopic fungus has the property of causing, in an anaerobic atmosphere (that is to say in the absence of oxygen) the alcoholic fermentation of certain sugars, in particular sucrose, lactose, and maltose.
Brewer’s yeast is obtained in a brewery from the fermentation of malt (germinated barley) and hops, after separation of the fermented liquid, i.e. beer. It therefore has nothing to do with the baking powder used in pastry making – usually composed of sodium bicarbonate with the addition of an acid product causing the release of carbonic acid necessary for the dough to rise – which does not have no special nutritional value.
When fresh, brewer’s yeast is a light yellow paste with an aromatic odor and a slightly bitter flavor, the shelf life of which is extremely limited, which is why it is almost always used in dry form, obtained through various operations. successive stages: washing with ice water, pressing, drying under vacuum at a temperature not exceeding 40 ° C., spraying, and finally sieving which gives a beige powder ready to be packaged for marketing. This method of preparation preserves the brewer’s yeast all its natural qualities and its possibilities of revivification on condition, however, to keep it protected from air, humidity and light.Sometimes an additional freeze-drying phase is added (vacuum dehydration process at very low temperature) which further increases its shelf life.
For many decades now, brewer’s yeast has been the subject of numerous scientific works and publications which are unanimous in recognizing its extraordinary nutritional qualities, and certain therapeutic virtues worthy of interest, in relation to its exceptional qualitative and quantitative richness in essential biological elements. Thus, in 1938, the League of Nations (SDN) already recommended its consumption in underdeveloped countries suffering from malnutrition and that, more recently, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) considered that brewer’s yeast does one of the most interesting sources of dietary vegetable protein after spirulina.
Currently, as far as our developed countries are concerned, brewer’s yeast constitutes an excellent dietary supplement, and this assertion is not only based on the experience acquired for a long time already, but also and especially on its chemical composition – perfectly known today ‘ hui – which reveals a product of great richness in many biological elements essential to the good functioning of our organism, and that our current daily food, resulting from the outrageous industrial society of consumption which is ours, does not always bring us in sufficient quantity.
COMPOSITION OF BEER YEAST
Brewer’s yeast is a natural food with an exceptional content of many essential vital elements, in particular:
– Proteins with all the essential amino acids (isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, triptophan and valine), that is to say all those that our body is unable to synthesize itself and that it is necessary therefore bring it daily in our food ration.
– Mineral substances, and more particularly: calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sulfur, which all occupy an essential place in the proper functioning of the body’s metabolic links.
– Vitamins, especially of group B and, for many of them, brewer’s yeast constitutes the richest natural source there is, especially for vitamin B1 or thiamine, vitamin B2 or riboflavin, vitamin B3 ( or PP) or nicotinamide, vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid, vitamin B6 or pyridoxine and vitamin B8 (or H) or biotin. The table below illustrates this richness perfectly, by telling you in passing that these quantities are, on average, five to ten times greater than those contained in the usual foods on our daily menus: bread, cereals, meats and poultry, fresh vegetables and fruits, eggs, cheeses and dairy products.
Vitamin Average yeast content Daily vitamin B requirement
of beer per 100 g in adult men
(thiamine) 1.4 mg 5 to 10 mg
(riboflavin) 1.6 mg 3 to 6 mg
Vitamin B3 (PP)
(nicotinamide) 18 mg 30 to 60 mg
(pantothenic acid) 8 mg 10 to 20 mg
(pyridoxine) 2 mg 5 to 10 mg
Vitamin B8 (H)
(biotin) 150 to 300 mcg 50 to 100 mcg
When we know the fundamental role played by these different B vitamins in the proper functioning and balance of the organism, we better perceive the importance that brewer’s yeast can have in maintaining or restoring good health. Indeed:
· vitamin B1 is essential for the metabolism of sugars (carbohydrates), and it is essential for the proper functioning of the nervous and muscular systems;
· Vitamin B2 is particularly involved in growth, as well as in keeping the skin and mucous membranes in good condition;
· Vitamin B3 or PP is essential for the digestive and nervous systems, for the health of the skin, and plays an important role in the circulatory system where it helps to regulate various disturbances linked to arteriosclerosis;
· Vitamin B5 contributes to the good balance of the skin, mucous membranes, and integuments (hair, body hair, nails), promotes growth, cell regeneration and the formation of antibodies against infections in general;
· Vitamin B6 is involved in a very large number of vital functions as an essential factor for around a hundred enzymes involved in the metabolism of sugars, fats and especially proteins;
· Vitamin B8 or H also plays an essential role in the growth and health of the skin, hair and mucous membranes.
You can therefore easily imagine the number of functional disorders and more or less serious conditions in which brewer’s yeast will be able to intervene effectively.
– Enzymes, in large numbers: glucidases, proteases, oxidases, reductases, etc., and of the most useful on the metabolic level.
– Glutathione and choline finally, the first promoting cellular exchanges in general, the second which is absolutely necessary for the use of fats by the liver.
PROPERTIES OF BEER YEAST
By its composition, brewer’s yeast is a food that has many nutritional and curative benefits.
– Brewer’s yeast promotes food assimilation as a whole, and has excellent nutritional value in proteins since 35 g of brewer’s yeast provide as much protein as 100 g of meat.
– Brewer’s yeast increases resistance, not only to fatigue, but to infections in general, due to an improvement in the biological field, as well as an action on phagocytosis by an increase and greater activity of phagocytes: cells whose role is to encompass foreign bodies – especially microbes – in order to destroy them in their cytoplasm.
– Brewer’s yeast is an excellent food supplement for diets unbalanced in proteins (particularly in essential amino acids) and in group B vitamins, imbalances unfortunately too often encountered today through the usual foods offered by our consumer society which are less and less in line with what they should be, especially with industrial cuisine ingested more and more daily by millions of people to the detriment of traditional home cooking, and the fashion for weight loss – unbalanced or misunderstood of their followers – followed today in an anarchic fashion by a large part of the population.
– Finally, live edible brewer’s yeasts, called medicinal, have important therapeutic properties on the intestinal and skin levels.
FORMS OF PRESENTATION
Depending on the types of preparation, there are edible brewer’s yeasts – live or not – whose forms of presentation are extremely numerous and varied.
This is how we can find glitter, flakes, or powder, all forms that can easily be incorporated into culinary preparations (soups, purees, salads, yogurts, sauces, etc.), or even tablets. and capsules that allow direct intake, much more convenient in certain circumstances.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE AND DOSES
As for the doses to use, I will give you here only those of the edible brewer’s yeast flakes and powder which are the most commonly used forms.
In adults, take an average of two to three teaspoons of flakes distributed with the main meals, or 2 to 3 g of powder (on the basis of a powder containing 20 billion living cells per gram).
In children, the doses should be halved, either one to one and a half teaspoons of glitter, or 1 to 1.5 g of powder.
In some indications, these doses can be greatly exceeded (up to 10 g per day).
The duration of a cure is at least one month to derive some benefit, two months being preferable, to be renewed regularly, alternating with another food supplement chosen among those that I detail in the heading “DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS”. But as with any other therapy, whether natural or not, the dose and the prescription time must be adapted to each case, because ultimately, we never treat only a disease, but also and above all a patient.
For all the other forms of presentation, very numerous as I told you, it is necessary to refer to the indications given by the manufacturer laboratory.
A final important note concerning live edible brewer’s yeasts, they should under no circumstances be taken with a liquid or a food whose temperature exceeds 40 ° C, or at the same time as an antifungal treatment as is often the case. prescribed today to fight mycoses (affections linked to parasitic fungi) more and more frequent today. In both cases, these living yeasts would be destroyed and therefore would have no effectiveness. This recommendation may seem superfluous to some, but I still prefer to recall this detail because many still ignore it, and many others easily forget it.
INDICATIONS FOR BEER YEAST
Brewer’s yeast finds many indications both preventively and curatively.
1) In the healthy, brewer’s yeast is strongly recommended:
· to keep in good shape and in good health;
· To have beautiful skin, shiny hair, foolproof nails;
· To delay skin aging in general;
To improve resistance to infections and resistance to exertion, in particular in athletes – amateurs or professionals – who can thus significantly and naturally improve their performance without having to resort to the many doping products whose harmful effect on their health in the short term and the medium term is no longer to be demonstrated. In this area – which today regularly makes the “front page” of sports news and current events itself – what does one not speak from time to time about the many natural products: honey, flower pollen, ginseng, royal jelly, spirulina, magnesium, etc., which always improve performance without any side effects and without any danger to health. They deserve toto be better known – because many young athletes do not even know that such products exist – and to be used much more by all athletes regardless of their level (to find out more about this, click on “To be in sporty fit “).
2) In the sick, brewer’s yeast is recommended in all the following cases:
· Growth disorders in children and adolescents.
· States of malnutrition or undernutrition.
· People with fragile terrains who have poor resistance to infections of all kinds.
· Fatigue states whatever the causes: physical, mental, or intellectual.
Certain functional disorders frequent in pregnant women: nausea, vomiting, and cramps, preferably in combination with magnesium (at the rate often lowered during pregnancy where one does not yet sufficiently think about prescribing systematically this fundamental cation whose needs are multiplied by two during this period) whose complementary action allows to obtain faster results, and especially more durable.
Live edible brewer’s yeasts are more especially indicated in infectious diarrhea, as well as in the treatment and, above all, the prevention of digestive accidents linked to antibiotic treatments, the latter destroying the intestinal flora, it is absolutely imperative to accompany these live yeast treatments.
· These same live yeasts are also often effective in many skin conditions such as acne, furunculosis, and urticaria, where they should be used extensively.
Brewer’s yeast is perfectly harmless and has no contraindication, it is devoid of secondary disorders at the doses recommended above, and has no incompatibility (apart from antifungal medications that destroy brewer’s yeast alive) with other therapies.
In conclusion, brewer’s yeast is a remarkable food supplement that allows you to maintain or regain your health / beauty capital in a natural way as soon as possible. It’s up to you to judge by starting from tomorrow regular cures for this microscopic fungus which is, unlike those – much less sympathetic – causing yeast infections, one of your best friends for good and better health.
thank you Milla..very interesting
Brewer’s yeast also ferments very well …. beer.
IF we heat the brewer’s yeast? it therefore loses its nutrients and vitamins?
hello where do you find the powdered beer yeast?
Hello, I would like to know if the brewer’s yeast makes you fat ??
who has already had a beer yeast cure, that’s why
Hello everyone, for my part I took brewer’s yeast and did a one-month cure because I had significant hair loss; Results: my nails were no longer doubling, and my hair was no longer falling out! It is a super effective and very cheap product, I paid around 8 euros for a one month cure. Before that, I took Forte Pharma for the same reasons, and this for 3 months, it is also a very good product just a little more expensive.
3 euro and wheelbarrows, Gaylord Hauser, in the supermarket, diet products section.
Very rich in B vitamins of all categories, in iron …
Excellent results among others for iron …
I was at 6 at the end of September 2008,
Blood test at the end of January …. and I went up to 220
Personally, I have not observed any weight loss by taking superyeast. We should rather consider this product as a useful supplement (and pleasant if you like the taste, and this is my case
), even important and essential.
I didn’t have any particular hair loss …
As for my skin, I already take good care of it with argan oil … so I didn’t notice anything in particular in the field.
But my husband, and there, it’s funny …
He begins to have qq white hair. In his brown hair, we will say “pepper and salt” … Hello the charm that this gives him, the animal
But, in addition, his hair grows thicker (well yes, he also consumes super-yeast in glitter .. ..) people asked him:
– What he had done to his hair …
– What brand of coloring he used,
– What product too
– what hairdresser …
Anyway, everything went there …
And him to wonder …
– But what do they all have with my hair ?????
So here is !!!!!!!!!!
I bring up this post it is interesting …
If there are other testimonials they are welcome.
If you want to know everything about brewer’s yeast, I advise you to read the advice on this site
http://www.baudini.com/dans-qu […] -de-biere / .