NUTRIB™ Non-fortified Nutritional Yeast is Non-GMO and is grown naturally on molasses before being harvested, washed and dried at a low temperature to “deactivate” it.
We regularly test our Nutritional Yeast (along with all our other products) to ensure only the highest quality. We test each batch for toxic metals, contaminants and other organisms. Our results show no contaminants, no detectable levels of lead and no GMO protein or DNA in the raw materials used as growth substrate, our Nutritional Yeast is grown on sugar cane molasses.
End your energy crisis. Being deficient in B vitamins can lead to fatigue, brain fog, irritability and even sleepless nights (as they play a crucial role in melatonin production).
The body depends on B6 to make the hormones serotonin and norepinephrine, which affect both mood and feelings of happiness. Improved Vitamin B intake helps us sleep well and helps balance our hormones and increase our energy levels, clarity & overall mental function.
Optimize your health with super nutrients. Our nutritional yeast is an excellent source of both protein (a complete, bioavailable and vegan source) and fiber and contains all 18 amino acids and a multitude of different minerals (including iron, selenium and zinc) as well as a natural vitamin B-complex and Beta-glucans (known for their extreme immune enhancing properties plus their ability to lower bad cholesterol).
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NUTRIB™ Nutritional Yeast also contains highly absorbable amounts of nucleotides (the building blocks of DNA & RNA), that promote cellular strength and regeneration. Then, by combining the two antioxidants glutathione and selenium, Nutritional Yeast Flakes create a special enzyme called glutathione peroxidase that is known to neutralise free radicals and help protect us from their damage.
Evidence from Egyptian ruins suggests that yeast has been an important part of the human diet for at least four thousand years. Archeologists digging in ancient sites in Northern Africa have uncovered grinding stones and baking chambers for yeasted bread, as well as drawings of bakeries and breweries.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF YEAST
It wasn’t until about 150 years ago, however, prompted by the work of Louis Pasteur, that scientists began to consider exactly how yeast works. Since that time, researchers have come to understand that yeasts do much more than contribute to the flavor and texture of foods. Dietary yeasts have many health-promoting effects; certain strains of yeast support the gut microbiome, enhance the immune system, act as anti-inflammatories, biosynthesize nutrients and increase the assimilation of vitamins and minerals.2
Beyond taste, nutritional yeast has an impressive list of health attributes. It is naturally rich in select B vitamins including B1 (thiamine), B2(riboflavin), B5 (pantothenic acid) and B6 (pyridoxine). These vitamins support the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins to provide energy for the body. They are also important for maintaining a healthy nervous system, aiding with vision, and enhancing the integrity of the skin and hair. In addition, nutritional yeast contains fifteen different bone- and muscle-building minerals, including iron, selenium, zinc and potassium. It is a good source of protein as well, meaning it offers a range of essential amino acids that our bodies don’t naturally produce.
Nutritional yeast is often confused with brewer’s yeast, but the two are distinct. Brewer’s yeast is aptly named, as it was initially offered as a byproduct of the beer brewing industry. It is now found in dried and deactivated forms specifically prepared for use as a nutritional supplement. Supplemental brewer’s yeast, also called primary brewer’s yeast, is typically grown on a medium of corn or other types of grain.
Brewer’s yeast is known for being high in protein, B vitamins and chromium, an essential trace mineral that helps with normalising blood sugar levels. Because it has a bitter taste, however, brewer’s yeast is used less frequently in foods and is often found in tablet and liquid forms.
For vegans, vegetarians and people with dairy intolerance or other health issues, nutritional yeast is a safe and tasty substitute for cheese in many recipes.
It contains no animal or dairy products, no starch, wheat, corn or soy, has low salt and no artificial colours or flavours. It’s also very low in saturated fat. The other reason nutritional yeast is trending right now is because it’s packed with health-boosting nutrients.
Suggested Usage : Take 1 -2 teaspoon fulls into the mouth and add a little water before swallowing, or sprinkle onto a breakfast, over roasted kale or in sauces, the cheezy flavour complements many dishes.
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Werone.co endeavors to use the most potent source materials within our formulas. Our herbal extracts are sourced and tested by the only Government-certified large scale producer of crude herb (powder-free) TCM concentrates in Asia who manufacture to GMP / ISO 9001/2000 pharmaceutical grade and also operate an ISO17025/TAF-certified laboratory where they subject all plant extracts to strict quality inspections free from heavy metals, pesticides or microbes before release to the clinics all over the world. The formulas and tinctures are assembled without fillers in small batches by a BHMA member herbal dispensary.
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