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Brewer’s yeast: the secret to perfect skin

Brewer's yeast

Brewer’s yeast has been used for centuries for the well-being of the skin and hair: let’s see what its benefits are and how to take it.

Brewer’s yeast is obtained by fermenting Saccharomyces Cerevisiae , single-celled mushrooms that are collected and closed in special fermenters. Its name is due to the fact that it is formed as a residue from the fermentation of beer . In addition to being used to prepare pizza, bread and other leavened foods, this type of yeast is excellent as a supplement, for the well-being of the skin and hair .

Our grandmothers, in fact, hired him to fight acne and speed up hair growth . Let’s see better what are all the benefits of beer yeast and how to take it!

Brewer’s yeast: how to take it?

Yeast is available in different formats: in dough, in flakes or in powder . The dough is slightly bitter and can be difficult to eat pure, while the powder and flakes are almost tasteless and can be added to salads, smoothies, juices and soups.

Those who find it difficult to take even the powder can try yeast-based supplements , such as the famous Shon Yeast, on sale in the pharmacy.

Brewer's yeast
Brewer’s yeast

Brewer’s yeast: the properties

Brewer’s yeast is a source of proteins, essential amino acids and B vitamins , all essential elements for the well-being of the organism, in particular for the nervous system and for the immune system.

The B vitamins also stimulate hair growth and make them stronger and more resistant. Brewer’s yeast for hair is recommended especially in pregnancy and during the change of season, when they are subject to an intense fall .

Finally, yeast has been used for centuries to purify the skin and defeat acne naturally.

Brewer’s yeast: contraindications

However, the yeast is not without contraindications. An overdose can cause intestinal ailments , such as diarrhea and flatulence, eczema and rashes .

In some cases, moreover, a worsening of acne can occur, due to the high content of vitamin B12.

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