In this video we are going to talk about Brewer Yeast's best and best health benefits. Here we will touch points like how Brewer Yeast helps in hair growth. Learn about nutrition, its use in the diet and how its powder helps the healing of common health problems. Brewer's yeast has a high content of nucleic acid and is used as a dietary supplement. It helps in the problems of acne and eczema, and is good for patients with diabetes. It also helps people suffering from high cholesterol, hypoglycemia, with low levels of homo cysteine and baldness.
1. High nucleic acid count
An essential product in regards to cell development is present in brewer's yeast along with ample amounts of folic acid, potassium, thiamin, niacin, chromium which is needed for the body to produce insulin and much more.
2. Dietary supplement
Brewer's yeast is low in calories, fat, sodium and carbohydrates, which makes it a good dietary supplement for a person with dietary restrictions. Brewer's yeast should be taken in small amounts. In addition to food sources of brewer's yeast, such as fruits and vegetables such as figs, pickles, tomatoes, olives and beer, you should take a teaspoon dissolved in a meal or in a glass of water. An effective way to add brewer's yeast to your diet is to add a spoonful to any fruit juice and drink it, but you can also add it to foods like cereals, salads, meatloaf, stews and soup.
Brewer's yeast has been shown to be effective in the treatment of various forms of acne. A clinical trial showed that an average of 80 percent of patients who received brewer's yeast showed lighter skins, and acne was completely healed or showed considerable improvement.
Brewer's yeast helps control blood sugar and also improves glucose tolerance.
Because it is also low in fat, sodium, calories and carbohydrates, it is also beneficial for people with diabetes and hypoglycemic agents.
6. high cholesterol
Chromium is the part of yeast that helps reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol and increases HDL (good) cholesterol. Chromium in brewer's yeast is more bioavailable, which allows the body to use it more effectively than the type found in supplements, which prevents atherosclerosis.
Brewer's yeast has a beneficial effect on hair, nails and skin, especially for those who suffer from furunculosis, acne and eczema.
8. Stress, fatigue and nervousness
The presence of thiamine in brewer's yeast leads to a reduction in stress, a better metabolism and lower cholesterol levels. Help in a good night's sleep, thus avoiding stress and fatigue.
9. Low levels of homocysteine
Brewer's yeast is an excellent source of vitamin B complex and maintains low levels of homocysteine, thus decreasing the risk of developing cardiovascular disorders.
10. Gray hair
As people begin to age, certain diseases such as thyroid disease and diabetes cause the hair to turn gray. Adding brewer's yeast along with B-complex vitamins will help maintain the natural color of the hair.
Brewer's yeast is an excellent source of biotin, a vitamin B complex, whose lack causes baldness in both sexes at any age. Biotin is one of the basic components of hair cells (the most active cells) in the body, and needs enough biotin to maintain the rate of division and regeneration of hair cells.
12. Strengthening the hair
Brittle hair is caused due to many factors, such as aging, deficiency of the diet and inadequate blood circulation in the scalp. Brewer's yeast contains many B vitamins, which are necessary for hair growth, as well as nutrients that improve blood circulation in the scalp to improve the overall strength of the hair follicle.
Brewer's yeast is a natural source of alpha lipoic acid and niacin (vitamin B3), which neutralizes the damage of free radicals to cells and prevents cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, macular degeneration, etc.
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