We assume you already have this food in your home. Believe it or not, yeast contains as many as 17 different vitamins, and specifically the most significant vitamin B complex.
To meet your day by day needs, you need 15 grams of yeast, which is one full tablespoon, prescribes US nutritionist Gaylord Hauser.
In his words, a soup spoon of yeast contains 10 million small oval cells each of which represents a small vitamin B plant.
Something else, Vitamin B is essential to us since it improves the working of the heart, sensory system and digestion.
The mix of vitamin B and calcium together reinforce bones and teeth.
On the other hand, yeast is a cure for pancreatic inflammation of the sebaceous glands, as well as other skin diseases that require “rapid release of blood from harmful substances”.
Hauser recommends consuming two tablespoons of yeast every day for four weeks.
You can mix it with yogurt, salad, juices or some other dishes.