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Brewers Yeast

Other Names: Brewers Yeast, Bake's Yeast, Dried Yeast Fermentate, Medicinal Yeast, Saccharomyces Cerevisae
Traditional Usages: Food, Brewing, Winemaking, Nutritional Supplement, Aids Digestion, Enhances Energy Levels, Strengthens Immune System, Diarrhea, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Improved Depression, Loss of appetite, chronic forms of acne and furunculosis.  A boil (furuncle) is an infection of a hair follicle. Chronic furunculosis is a condition where you have crops of boils that occur over a long period of time.
Resources: Worldwide
Parts Used: Flaked or powdered form
Administration Method: Medicinal yeast for internal use
Herb Action: Anti-bacterial
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding. Consult with your doctor before taking Brewers Yeast, especially if you are taking prescribed medications. Migraine-like headaches can occur in sensitive individuals.  The intake of fermentable yeast may cause flatulence.  

Brewers  Yeast - Supplement for Aneurysm: Brewer’s yeast is a very good dietary supplement and you may enrich your diet by sprinkling some of it on your food. An excellent source of Vitamin B Complex.

Brewers Yeast – Supplement for Heart Disease:  Brewer's yeast can lower the total cholesterol and LDL while raising the helpful HDL. Brewer's yeast is not the same as the yeast we use in the kitchen. Brewer's yeast is an excellent source of vitamin B1 (thiamin) and protein. Take one 500 milligram tablet per day.

Brewers Yeast - Supplement for Uterine Bleeding: Brewer's yeast is a source of B vitamins and protein. Brewer's yeast is usually sold in flaked or powdered form. It tastes like cheese and yeast and can be added to any dishes. Two tablespoons can also be mixed in a glass of low fat milk or water. Sprinkle it on popcorn or salads. In fact, you can add it to almost any dish. It usually comes in toasted form rather than its natural state which makes it sweeter and easier to add to foods like toast, pancakes, muffins, yogurt, casseroles, bread and other foods. One or two tablespoons will do.

The health benefits of brewer's yeast are numerous. By supplementing your diet with this product you may find that not only does your energy increase but your metabolism works better too.  Brewer's yeast is an easy way to add powerful nutrients to your healthy diet. Thus it is very beneficial for women suffering uterine bleeding. It helps in replacing all essential nutrients which are lost.
Health Warning: Always consult with your health care provider before taking any new supplements, including brewer's yeast. This is especially true if you have diabetes or hypoglycemia. Brewer's yeast can change the way your body responds to blood sugar and this can be dangerous if you are on insulin or other similar medications. Brewer's yeast has no serious side effects but it can cause stomach upset, gas and bloating in some people. 
Do not take brewer’s yeast if you suffer from candida, gout, high levels of uric acid and allergy to mold or penicillin.

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