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Brewers yeast

Definition

noun

A non-leavening agent containing yeasts for their by-product used for brewing or beer-making.


Supplement

Since the brewer's yeasts are a rich source of vitamin B complex, they are also used as a food supplement.


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... list of foods could have been much longer. My mom has to avoid wheat, brewers yeast, bakers yeast and a bunch of other things, but not gluten, she's lucky on that one. Well, ...

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... when you go to the dr. (tht should be tips in the E-book!! :) RE; the brewers yeast I do npt claim to be the expert on this, however I have researches NP for 30years and ...

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