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Beer Brewing Spreadsheet–                          What is brewer’s yeast?
Brewer’s yeast is a microscopic fungus that contains all the elements that your metabolism needs to function well. It is revitalizing at all levels. Good stimulant of the body, it is also a plebiscite for its beneficial action on the skin and dandruff.

Brewer’s yeast is composed of a colony of non-pathogenic microscopic fungi. It can be active, that is, live, or inactive.

Known for centuries by the fermentation of beer, brewer’s yeast is an excellent food supplement. In fact, it is a natural source of amino acids, proteins, B vitamins and minerals.

Beer Brewing Spreadsheet

Beer Brewing Spreadsheet

Beer Brewing Spreadsheet

Brewer’s yeast Lidl: description
Brewer’s yeast bears the scientific name of: Saccharomyces cerevisiae. It consists of a multitude of spherical or ovoid cells, scattered or agglomerated. They are non-pathogenic microscopic fungi (6 to 10 microns) that reproduce by outbreaks. These fungi are naturally found in the skin of certain fruits and in the must of beer. They provoke, in an anaerobic atmosphere, that is, deprived of oxygen, the alcoholic fermentation of certain sugars (sucrose, lactose, maltose, …).

It is surely from this observation that it takes its scientific name Saccharomyces cerevisiae: Saccharo which means sugar, mushrooms and cerevisiae myces which refer to beer, previous name given to beer. Fresh products are very poor. Since they give rise to putrid fermentations, they must be renewed every day. Brewer’s yeast must be eaten alive, which explains why it is usually offered in dry form in the market.

The fresh products, properly selected, are washed with ice water, sieved, compressed and then dried under vacuum at a temperature not exceeding 40 °. The yeast is pulverized and sieved. So prepared, and away from the air, moisture and light, it maintains all its nutritional qualities and is ready to “come back to life”. It is called “revivible”, “alive” or “active”.

The yeast present in the beer is obtained in a brewery from the fermentation of the malt. It is called “inactive” and, therefore, does not have the same characteristics as live yeast. Most of the yeast supplements available in the market are based on inactive yeasts, the cells were destroyed by drying at high temperature. It is composed of the same constituents, but lacks probiotics.

And it is not the same as used by bakers and confectioners, its nutritional composition is not the same either. Brewer’s yeast is a yellowish powder with an aromatic odor and a slightly bitter taste. Its particular flavor has the consequence that it is preferred to consume it more often in the form of capsules.

Brewer’s yeast: origin in the story
Brewer’s yeast has been used for more than 5000 years. In the 1930s, yeast was recommended in countries prone to malnutrition. FAO currently considers that brewer’s yeast is one of the plant sources of the most interesting food proteins (the best spirulina left).

Brewer’s yeast is an excellent dietary supplement. This is a statement verified in practice, thanks to a large amount of research and the analysis of its constituents. It is also (rare) often recommended by doctors and nutritionists.

Brewer’s yeast Lidl: Composition
Laboratory tests have shown that brewer’s yeast is rich in proteins of high biological value and vitamins of group B. Brewer’s yeast is a natural food with an exceptional content of many essential elements:

35% to 40% protein, including 8 essential amino acids (leucine, isoleucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, valine, tryptophan and threonine)
Minerals (10%): Calcium; Copper; Iron Magnesium; Match; Potassium sulfur
Vitamins of group B: for 100 gr, contains B1 (5-10 mg), B2 (3-6 mg), B3 (30-60 mg), B5 (10-20 mg), B6 ​​(5-10 mg) ), B8 (50-100 mcg), B12
Ferments
Enzymes (maltase, alcoholase, oxidase, catalase, …)
Glutathione
Sterols (1%)
Grease
Lecithins
glycogen

Brewer’s yeast: part used
The used part of the brewer’s yeast is the complete brewer’s yeast, that is, the fungus. The brewer’s yeast is in flakes and powder (for example, to season the salad …), or in tablets and capsules.

Brewer’s yeast: properties
Here are the main properties of brewer’s yeast:

Antibacterial (against staphylococci).
Reconstitute the intestinal flora.
Excellent nutritional value in proteins, B vitamins and minerals.
Immunostimulant
Stimulant of the body.
Therapeutic indications of brewer’s yeast

Improve hair condition (bifurcated and without tone), nails (brittle) and skin (dry, dull and tired), especially in pregnant women.
Prevent seborrhea and limit the appearance of acne (it is often also recommended by dermatologists for acne skin)
Treat furunculosis, eczema.
Increase resistance to fatigue and infections.
Fight against overwork.
Restore intestinal balance (especially after intestinal disorders such as diarrhea or constipation, in prevention or after treatment with antibiotics)
Promote the assimilation of food.
Stimulate the appetite.
Therefore, it can be used by all:

Healthy people, but eager to keep fit and in good health (revitalized nails, skin and hair, good appetite, without stress, without fatigue, without digestive problems, …)
Growth of children and adolescents.
Pregnant women with nausea, vomiting, hair loss.

In adults, the dose is 2 to 3 grams of dry yeast per day, distributed in the main meals. We can get up to 10 gr per day, in certain indications. In children, the dose will be divided by two, or 1 to 1.5 grams per day. The duration of a brewer’s yeast cure is at least one month to obtain a certain benefit, two months being preferable.

The cures will be renewed regularly in the year.

Nutritional value of Lidl beer yeast
The nutritional value for the recommended daily amount (10 g) is as follows:

Energy value 36.0 kcal
Fat
of which saturates
0.6 g
0.1 g

Carbohydrates
of which sugars
1.7 g
<0.5 g

Food fiber 1.4 g
Proteins 5.1 g
Salt 0.02 g
Thiamine 0.3 mg
Riboflavin 0.6 mg
Niacin 3.7 mg
Pantothenic acid 1.0 mg
Pyridoxine 0.3 mg
Folic acid 143 μg
The values ​​contributed to the ideal diet with 10gr. of the main vitamins are:

B1: 18%
B2: 35%.
B3: 28%.
B5: 21%.
Folic acid: 115%.
Biotin: 50%.

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