You probably know that all our drinks are unfiltered, unpasteurised and unfined. In order to understand the benefits of this, some explanation is needed of brewer’s yeast and what it does.
Brewer’s yeast is an ingredient used in the production of beer and bread. It is made from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, a one-celled fungus. Brewer’s yeast has a bitter taste.
Brewer’s yeast is also used as a nutritional supplement. It’s a rich source of chromium, which may help your body maintain normal blood sugar levels. It is also a source of B vitamins.
Brewer’s yeast is considered a probiotic and is used to aid digestion.
Brewer’s yeast contains small organisms (microflora) that help maintain the proper functioning of the digestive tract. It’s contains nutritional value and is a rich source of:
It is also a great source of B vitamins that provide:
The probiotic characteristics of brewer’s yeast may make it an effective way to prevent diarrhea. It has been used to treat other disorders of the digestive tract, including:
The chromium in brewer’s yeast may help control sugar levels for patients with type 2 diabetes by improving glucose tolerance.
Brewer’s yeast is a source of B vitamins but it does not contain B-12. Inadequate amounts of B-12 can cause anemia, so it’s important to make sure you have sources of B-12 in your diet.
This article has been taken and edited from https://www.healthline.com/health/brewers-yeast
You are advised to verify the information for yourself. Please consult a health specialist if you have any concerns or experience any pains as a result of taking brewers yeast.