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BREWERS YEAST HERBAL DESCRIPTION
Yeasts are eukaryotic microorganisms classified in the kingdom Fungi, with 1,500 species currently described (estimated to be 1% of all fungal species). Yeasts are unicellular, although some species with yeast forms may become multicellular through the formation of strings of connected budding cells known as pseudohyphae, or false hyphae, as seen in most molds. Yeast size can vary greatly depending on the species, typically measuring 3 to 4 µm in diameter, although some yeasts can reach over 40 µm. Most yeasts reproduce asexually by mitosis, and many do so by an asymmetric division process called budding.
By fermentation, the yeast species Saccharomyces cerevisiae converts carbohydrates to carbon dioxide and alcohols. For thousands of years the carbon dioxide has been used in baking and the alcohol in alcoholic beverages. It is also a centrally important model organism in modern cell biology research, and is one of the most thoroughly researched eukaryotic microorganisms. Researchers have used it to gather information about the biology of the eukaryotic cell and ultimately human biology. Other species of yeasts, such as Candida albicans, are opportunistic pathogens and can cause infections in humans. Yeasts have recently been used to generate electricity in microbial fuel cells, and produce ethanol for the biofuel industry.
Yeasts do not form a single taxonomic or phylogenetic grouping. The term "yeast" is often taken as a synonym for Saccharomyces cerevisiae, but the phylogenetic diversity of yeasts is shown by their placement in two separate phyla: the Ascomycota and the Basidiomycota. The budding yeasts ("true yeasts") are classified in the order Saccharomycetales.
Yeast are single-celled organisms that can multiply at extremely rapid rates, doubling in number in two hours. Yeast is rich in many basic nutrients, such as the B vitamins (except for vitamin B-12), 16 amino acids, and at least 14 different minerals. The protein content of yeast is responsible for 52 percent of its weight. Yeast is also high in phosphorus. There are various media on which yeast may be grown.
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BREWERS YEAST OVERVIEW
Brewers Yeast (Saccaromyces Cerevisiae) is rich in amino acids, minerals, all the B-vitamins except B-12, but also has a high level of phosphorus. Fifty-two percent of the weight of Yeast is in protein. Known as a nutritional Yeast, Brewers Yeast is grown on hops. It is a bitter herb that is also an ingredient in beer. Brewers Yeast is also known as a nutritional yeas. For Nutritional purposes, Brewers Yeast is made from carefully selected fresh ale yeast, which is collected under sanitary conditions, screened and spray dried. Ale yeast has naturally low levels of bitter and hop flavor notes, therefore no processing chemicals are used in debittering. This preserves the wholesome nutritional nature of the Brewers Yeast, which is an excellent source of the vitamin B complex. Brewers Yeast is used as a dietary supplement in powder, capsule and tablet forms and soup mixes. Brewers Yeast helps to regulate sugar levels and is good for treating eczema, heart disorders, gout, nervousness, and fatigue. It also boosts the immune system, and increases mental and physical efficiency.
It is important to use nutritional Brewers Yeast instead of live baker's yeast because it destroys live cells so you get the most benefit from the nutrients it has to offer. Read and follow product label directions.
Anyone taking Brewers Yeast supplementation should take extra Calcium as well. Live Baker's yeast should be avoided because the live cells deplete the body of B-vitamins and other nutrients. Brewers Yeast has a substantial amount phosphorus, so those with osteoporosis should not take a Yeast supplement. Avoid taking any kind of Yeast supplement if you suspect you have candidiasis.
Yeast helps regulate sugar levels and is good for treating eczema, heart disorders, gout, nervousness, and fatigue. It also boosts the immune system, and increases mental and physical efficiency. It is important to use nutritional Yeast instead of live bakerís yeast because it destroys live cells so you get the most benefit from the nutrients it has to offer. Read and follow product label directions. Anyone taking Yeast supplementation should take extra Calcium as well. Live Bakerís yeast should be avoided because the live cells deplete the body of B-vitamins and other nutrients. Yeast has a substantial amount phosphorus, so those with osteoporosis should not take a Yeast supplement. Avoid taking a Yeast supplement if you suspect you have Candidiasis.
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YEAST BOOKS & INFORMATION
Brewer's Yeast, Wheat Germ & Other High Power Foods -- By Beatrice Trum Hunter The Nutritional Yeast Cookbook: Recipes Using Red Star Vegetarian Support Formula -- By Joanne Stepaniak The Yeast Connection Cookbook: A Guide to Good Nutrition & Better Health -- By William G. Crook, Marjorie Hurt Jones,R.N., Marge H. Jones, Cynthia Crook The Yeast Connection: A Medical Breakthrough -- By William G. Crook, Cynthia P. Crook, James H. Brodsky The Yeast Connection and the Woman -- By William G. Crook, M.D., Cynthia Crook, Greg Bender Yeast Connection Handbook -- By William G. Crook Tired - So Tired!: And the "Yeast Connection" -- By William G. Crook, M.D., Bernard Rimland, Ph.D., Greg Bender, Cynthia Crook Yeast Connection Success Stories: A Collection of Stories from People Who Are Winning the Battle Against Devastating Illness -- By William G. Crook, M.D., Sydney M. Baker Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & The Yeast Connection: A Get-Well Guide for People With This Often Misunderstood Illness - And Those Who Care For Them -- By William G. Crook, M.D., Cynthia Crook, William C. Crook, Carol Jessop
BREWERS YEAST USES, HEALTH BENEFITS & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
Brewers Yeast is a kind of yeast that is a by-product of brewing beer. Dietary supplements containing Brewers Yeast often contain non-living, dried yeast. People use Brewers Yeast to make medicine. Brewers Yeast is used for diarrhea, the common cold and other upper respiratory tract infections, influenza, swine flu, loss of appetite, acne, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), recurring boils on the skin (furunculosis), and type 2 diabetes. It has also been used as a source of B-vitamins, chromium, and protein.
Brewers Yeast has a high nucleic acid count. This is an important component of cell development. Other vitamins and minerals contained in brewer's yeast are Folic acid, Vitamin B-12, Potassium, Thiamin, Niacin, and Chromium. It is low in calories, fat, sodium and carbohydrates, which makes it great for the person who has dietary restrictions for health reasons.
Due to the chromium content of Brewers Yeast, there is interest in using it for lowering blood glucose in people with diabetes. Chromium may help the body use insulin more effectively and this can lower blood sugar levels. Additionally, Brewers Yeast seems to stimulate chemicals (intestinal enzymes) that could help relieve diarrhea. It also might help fight bacteria that cause infections in the intestine, as well as improve the bodyís defenses against viral lung infections such as flu and the common cold. Brewers Yeast is a good source of B vitamins and protein.
Brewers Yeast has been used as a daily dietary supplement to a healthy diet for improving the following conditions:
Treating symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) when taken with vitamins and minerals. Preventing upper respiratory tract infection, including the common cold and flu (influenza). Developing research shows that taking a specific Brewers Yeast formulation (EpiCor, Embria Health Sciences) significantly reduces the risk of developing symptoms of the common cold or flu in healthy people who recently received flu shots. This product also helps symptoms resolve faster. Loss of appetite. Acne. Boils. Diabetes. Diarrhea. Hypoglycemia. High cholesterol. Eczema. Nervousness. Stress. Carpal tunnel. Anemia. Fatigue. Constipation. Flea Repellent when given to household pets.
If you use Brewers Yeast to help control diabetes, be sure you get the type that has not gone through the debittering process. The nutrient in the yeast that helps with diabetes is chromium, the supplement that is removed during debittering. Chromium is also the part of the yeast that helps lower LDL (bad) cholesterol and raise HDL (good) cholesterol. The chromium in brewer's yeast is more bio-available, allowing the body to use it more effectively than the type found in supplements.
RESEARCH & MEDICAL STUDIES
Determining the effectiveness of Brewers Yeast, as well as other Probiotics, is hampered by the fact that many studies use combinations of differing bacterial and yeast strains. This makes it difficult to know whether only one or all of the components are needed for a beneficial effect. Nevertheless, a number of studies focusing only on S. boulardii or S. cerevisiae have shown beneficial effects.
Diarrhea: Numerous studies have investigated the benefits of S. boulardii in antibiotic-associated diarrhea and traveler's diarrhea in adults. The strongest evidence supporting the benefits of Brewers Yeast is for diarrhea. Some studies have shown Brewers Yeast to be effective in preventing antibiotic-associated diarrhea, as well as relapsing colitis caused by the bacterium Clostridium difficile . S. boulardii may fight this form of diarrhea by making enzymes that counteract the effect of toxins produced by C. difficile. A mathematical analysis of ten randomized, controlled studies found S. boulardii5 to be effective for the prevention of antibiotic-associated diarrhea. In a controlled, double-blind study involving 3,000 Austrian tourists traveling through hot climates, researchers found that S. boulardii started five days before departure and continued through the duration of travel significantly reduced the incidence of travelerís diarrhea compared to placebo. The effectiveness was dependent on the dose given and its preparation. A systematic review of studies focusing on the effectiveness of S. boulardii in preventing C. difficile infection (the bacteria that causes antibiotic-associated diarrhea), found that the yeast may be effective in protecting against reoccurring infections, but not necessarily first-time infections. Other studies have also shown that S. boulardii may reduce the duration of diarrhea in children.
Helicobacter Pylori: Helicobacter pylori , a common bacterium present in the stomach and upper intestines of some people, is associated with an increased risk of peptic ulcers. Treatment for H. pylori usually involves more than one antibiotic to suppress the bacteria. While there is little evidence that S. boulardii can help treat H. pylori , it may effectively reduce the side effects associated with standard treatment for this condition. One clinical trial, for example, compared two groups of children aged 3 to 18 years infected with the H. pylori bacteria. One group was given medicines to treat the infection plus S. boulardii . The other group was given medicines plus a placebo. The group who took S. boulardii with their medicines had fewer side effects compared to the placebo group. Side effects included bloating, taste problems, and nausea.
Colds & Flu: A large, randomized trial found a positive effect for Brewers Yeast in preventing colds and seasonal influenza (flu). In the study, 116 adults who had received a flu shot were given either 500 mg of a Brewers Yeast product called EpiCor or placebo for 12 weeks. Researchers found that those who received Epicor had fewer colds and flu. And those on Epicor who did get a cold or flu were sick for a shorter length of time compared to participants taking placebo. Far more research is required before Brewers Yeast can be routinely recommended for the prevention of colds and flu.
Since Brewers Yeast is a rich source of the mineral chromium, it has been studied for its ability to improve blood sugar control in patients with diabetes.
There has also been interest in studying the effectiveness of Brewers Yeast for losing weight and lowering cholesterol.
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BREWERS YEAST DOSAGE INFORMATION
Brewers Yeast is a byproduct of the beer industry. It absorbs vitamins and nutrients from the other ingredients involved in the brewing process. As the yeast absorbs nutrients it also absorbs flavors, which are often bitter. Some companies use a process to remove the bitterness from the product but often this also removes some of the nutritional content. In fact, during this process nearly all of the chromium will be removed. If you choose to use this type of Brewers Yeast, you should add a Chromium supplement. Ingredients that are utilized in the brewing process are hops, grain and malt. Brewers Yeast is found in health food and natural food stores. There is no way to know the exact nutritional content in any Brewers Yeast because it will vary according to the age of the yeast and even from batch to batch.
TAKING BREWERS YEAST
Brewers Yeast is usually sold in flaked or powdered form. It has a yeasty, almost cheesy flavor and is an easy addition to savory dishes. Sprinkle it on popcorn or salads. In fact, you can add it to almost any dish, including Meatloaf, Stews, Pasta dishes, Rice and Potatoes au Gratin. The yeast is best sprinkled over the cooked food or stirred in at the end. This is because the cooking process can destroy the B-vitamins.
Keep a close eye on your health. If you experience any unusual symptoms, then you may be sensitive to the yeast. This is especially true if you have a tendency to have yeast infections. If you have no added symptoms and if you feel better, then continue to increase the Brewers Yeast in your diet.
BREWERS YEAST SUPPLEMENTS
The health benefits of Brewers Yeast are a blessing to many people. By supplementing your diet with this product you may find that not only does your energy increase, but your metabolism works better, too. You just feel better overall. Give yourself some time to get used to the flavor, and you may find you eventually like the taste. Brewers Yeast is an easy way to add powerful nutrients to your healthy diet. Brewers Yeast is usually sold in the form of a powder, flakes, liquid, or tablets. It can also be found as part of other food products, like fermented milks.
For adults, Brewers Yeast can be taken at a dose of 1 to 2 tablespoons per day. The powder form can be added to food or mixed with water or juice. Probiotics, in general, should have several billion microorganisms per dose. This makes it more likely that the bacteria or yeasts will grow in the gut. A standard dose of S. boulardii is 500 mg (milligrams) twice a day. This provides around 3 x 10 10-colony-forming units per gram. If taken to prevent antibiotic-associated diarrhea, for example, the yeast should be taken before and a few days after using antibiotics. The same is true for travelerís diarrhea.
BREWERS YEAST SAFETY, CAUTIONS & INTERACTIONS INFORMATION
Brewers Yeast, along with other probiotics, is generally considered safe for most people when used short-term. Some people may experience bloating or gas when taking probiotics. It can cause headache, stomach discomfort, and gas (flatulence). Not enough is known about the safety of long-term use of Brewers Yeast. Stick with short-term use. Always start slow when adding a nutritional supplement to your diet, gradually increasing the amount over a period of weeks to give you body time to adjust.
SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS & WARNINGS
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Not enough is known about the use of Brewers Yeast during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.
Yeast allergy: People who are allergic or sensitive to yeast might experience itching and swelling.
Crohnís disease: Brewers Yeast can make Crohn's disease worse. Do not use brewers yeast.
Always consult with your health care provider before taking any new supplements, including Brewers Yeast. This is especially true if you have diabetes or hypoglycemia. Brewers Yeast can change the way your body responds to blood sugar and this can be dangerous if you are on insulin or other similar medications.
Those who should practice caution when using probiotics include people who are severely sick, have immune system issues, or those who have central venous catheters.
People who are more likely to have yeast infections should not take Brewers Yeast.
Do not use Brewers Yeast if you have the following conditions:
MEDICATION INTERACTION CONCERNS
- High levels of uric acid.
- Allergy to mold or penicillin.
Major interactions with medications for depression. (MAOIs) interacts with Brewers Yeast. Brewers Yeast contains a chemical called Tyramine. Large amounts of Tyramine can cause high blood pressure. But the body naturally breaks down Tyramine to get rid of it. This usually prevents the Tyramine from causing high blood pressure. Some medications used for depression stop the body from breaking down tyramine. This can cause too much tyramine in the body and dangerously high blood pressure, which can result in a hypertensive crisis. This can lead to a heart attack or stroke. Some of these medications used for depression include phenelzine (Nardil), tranylcypromine (Parnate), and others.
Major interaction with pain medication, Meperidine (Demerol). Taking Brewers Yeast while taking Demerol may cause hypertensive crisis.
Moderate interactions with anti-fungal medications. Be cautious with this combination. Medications for fungal infections (Antifungals) interacts with Brewers Yeast. Brewer's yeast is a fungus. Medications for fungal infections help reduce fungus in and on the body. Taking Brewers Yeast with medications for fungal infections can reduce the effectiveness of brewer's yeast. Some medications for fungal infection include fluconazole (Diflucan), terbinafine (Lamisil), itraconazole (Sporanox), and others.
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Starwest Botanicals: Nutritional Yeast Powder, Organic, 4 oz.
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