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Which of the following nutrients does yeast contain?
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Yeast is not only rich in B-complex vitamins (especially vitamin B6), it is also a storehouse of other nutrients as well. It works perfectly with any meal - saving calories, while providing nutrition. It not only contains proteins and folates, it is also rich in thiamine, riboflavin, selenium and zinc. Additionally, it is also low in fat and sodium content, and doesn't contain any added preservative or sugar. Yeast is also gluten free.
Yeast contains anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties.
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Yeast is actually very well known for being a fantastic natural antiviral and antibacterial agent. It is a great remedy for various problems such as chronic Candida symptoms and salmonella, staphylococcus and E.coli infections.
Which of the following protein-deficiency problems can be managed by yeast intake?
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Yeast, a high-protein food item, deals with a number of issues such as weight loss problems, low levels of energy and increased fatigue. Also, it combats sluggish metabolic rates, increases muscle building, and decreases muscle, joint and bone pain exponentially. Moderation of blood sugar levels too are managed well by yeast
Yeast reduces oxidative stress.
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Through the process of respiration, you take in oxygen into your system which facilitates most of the oxidative processes in your body. This may often lead to an increase in the levels of oxidative stress in the body, which may damage DNA or other key elements like proteins. Yeast prevents this; acting as an anti-oxidizing agent and protecting the cells of the body.
Yeast helps in maintaining a healthy pregnancy and prevents birth defects.
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Yeast, being rich in folate, works very well for pregnant women, allowing them to have a healthy and vibrant pregnancy period. It may even prevent a number of birth defects such as spina bifida, thus promoting healthy births.