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Superfood Spotlight: Nutritional Yeast

The idea of using yeast for health benefits certainly sounds a bit bizarre.  However, nutritional yeast is quite different than other yeasts. It is grown on beet sugar or molasses, then left to dry and ferment. It does not create yeast in the body, if you’re worried! Nutritional yeast is an excellent source of B-vitamins, particularly B12, which is a vitamin that is missing in many vegan and vegetarian diets. B12 is difficult – but not impossible – to receive on veg diets as long as certain supplements like nutritional yeast are incorporated. It is a great source of all 18 amino acids, protein, folic acid, biotin and other vitamins.  It is also rich in 15 minerals including iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, chromium and selenium. One of the best nutritional yeast brands is by Kal. Anyone can benefit from simply adding nutritional yeast to their diet. It’s so delicious that it can be sprinkled over soups, salads or even main entrees for flavor.

Kal Nutritional Yeast Flakes


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  1. Love nutritional yeast in kale chip recipes, it is second to none for creating a really authentic cheese-like flavor without the dairy.

  2. Wow, You got me wanting to try this on my homemade Kale chips!! I’ve never seen it at my local health food store but then again I wasn’t really looking.

    Love,
    Sarah

  3. according to dr. mercola this is msg

    curious | 08.11.2012 | Reply
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