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Yeast Is Rich In Protein
- Nov 30, 2018 -

The majority of chronic diseases have a lot to do with the imbalance of nutrition.Yeast is a nutritious and balanced food, which is rich in protein, vitamins, minerals and polysaccharides.

Yeast is rich in protein, up to 40% ~ 60%.Proteins can be divided into complete proteins and incomplete proteins.Complete protein calls high grade protein again, point to contain enough all necessary amino acid, can maintain life already, can promote growth again.Incomplete protein refers to the lack of one or more of the eight essential amino acids, which not only can not promote growth, but also can not even maintain life of a class of proteins, such as plant proteins are mostly lack of lysine, methionine, threonine and tryptophan in one or more.Yeast contains complete amino acid groups and is the best source of high quality protein.Yeast is rich in vitamins, especially B vitamins.And B vitamins in yeast, generally in the form of phosphate esters, so it is very easy to be absorbed by the human body.Vitamin B1, B2 and B6 in each gram of yeast are equivalent to 10.75%, 2.6% and 1.36% of the daily requirements of adults.Yeast also contains a variety of minerals, such as phosphorus, iron, calcium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, zinc, manganese, chromium, selenium and so on.Glucan and mannose in the cell wall of yeast account for 85% of the cell wall dry weight. They are polysaccharides with many physiological functions.Yeast glucan has the ability to fight viruses, bacterial and fungal infections, as well as anti-tumor, antioxidant, anti-radiation and wound healing, and even prevent anthrax infection.

So we can use yeast to supplement nutrition in a balanced way and improve the nutritional status of chronic patients.Let's talk about the relationship between nutrients in yeast and diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease.