Moreless, I’m looking at the cannister of Brewer’s Yeast that I have. It shows that the minerals include Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, Selenium, Potassium. It is grown on beets and has no additives. Being a very rich source of B Vitamins and RNA/DNA doesn’t it have a use supplementally for correcting deficiencies?
In this particular brand, 2 T. contains the following RDI: Thiamin 80%, Riboflavin 90%, Vit. B6 40% -- plus 16 grams of protein. Seems like one dosn’t have to take much to get quite a few nutrients.
There are many yeasts that have been tampered with, and artificial vitamins ...
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