what do you think of brewer’s yeast?
Personally I find that brewer’s yeast is a very interesting supply of vitamins for the skin and the hair, but one should not expect spectacular effects from it.
Me, I do a cure twice a year, at the end of winter and summer.
okay I take it in the form of glitter and you in gel?
I wonder how to ingest it. Maybe in orange juice.
Or tomato juice …
that’s a lot of umami
not so bad, it depends
maybe let it be
ah that gives me energy
6 g of unfortified brewer’s yeast, in a glass of salted tomato juice
it gives me a bit of a headache for the moment probably because of the tyramine, I think it should not do it by force anymore
unfortunate that brewer’s yeast does not produce ergothionein,
on the other hand it is a good source of thiamine as well as (less) other vitamins of the B group, including nicotinamide riboside, and β-glucans
no headache this time, either this effect has already passed or it was due to something else
or to interactions
I don’t know
it whets the appetite elsewhere
I might have a little headache
but I think I’ll put up with it in the long run
it makes me constantly hungry and it tires me
it’s like potatoes
the B vitamins …
Looks like I should take it twice a day.
No insatiable hunger this time.
Good energy … until later.
There are too many confounding, variable factors.
It’s funny how yesterday I was hungry hungry hungry while today I am thirsty thirsty thirsty rather.
Maybe I’ll switch to orange juice, for the taste, to try, to see, and because tomato juice gives me a tint of sunburn.
I have a little headache and I thought about it in my sleep. Maybe it’s because of the mint yesterday morning.
gag today with tomato juice, not finished
With orange juice, it’s better
with orange juice, it’s better
I crunch the tablets squarely with the orange juice in my mouth, no need to even crush them and mix them, then a celery stalk to take off the paste from the rear molars
I plan to double or even triple the dose, because the intake is easy with orange juice, or even just an orange I think
Ray Peat’s father would have cured his diabetes with brewer’s yeast
well, I doubled the dose,
it’s 12 g in total
I won’t necessarily double it every day
in any case there I took some
I would triple the dose, but it wouldn’t reasonably last long enough.
Paradoxically, it’s quite addicting. Paradoxically compared to the fact that it is rather sickening, other than that it is not surprising.
taken twice today again
I think I will continue to take it in the long term, of that
I may still triple the dose
no, I think twice is enough
or sometimes I will maybe take it just once
otherwise I started taking cyanocobalamin at the same time, although I have reservations about the supplementation in vitamin B12
the good thing about cobalamin, niacin and riboflavin is that you can get a good idea that supplements contain it: cobalamin is pink, niacin in high doses causes itching and redness, riboflavin is yellow and yellows the pee in rather high doses; if the brewer’s yeast turns the pee yellow, one can suspect that it has been fortified.
ah yes, also, thiamine has a sulfur and burnt smell