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Nutritional Yeast

Nutritional Yeast

Some  Benefits
  • Preserves Immune Function. …
  • Holds Antiviral and Antibacterial Properties. …
  • Improves Digestion. …
  • Contains Beneficial Protein and Thiamine. …
  • Promotes Healthy Hair, Skin and Nails

Nutritional yeast is grown from fungi, like mushrooms but much smaller. Despite it’s name, because it’s an inactive form of yeast, it cannot be used for baking.

A perfect addition to any meal — providing nutrition while saving calories — nutritional yeast is one source of complete protein and vitamins, in particular B-complex vitamins. It contains folates , thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, selenium and zinc, making it a great superfood! It’s low in sodium and fat, gluten free, and doesn’t contain any added sugars or preservatives.

It’s even a great source of  vitamin B 6 and vitamin B12 ; however, because yeast cannot produce B12, if it is listed on the label, that means it has been fortified with it.


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