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Now® Debittered Brewer's Yeast

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Item # 265265
$11.99

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Size: 1 lb(s)

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Description

Brewer's Yeast is an excellent source of protein and several B-vitamins. It is produced by cultivation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae on malted barley in the production of beer. After fermentation, the yeast is seperated from the beer, roller dried and debittered.

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PRODUCT DIRECTIONS / ADDITIONAl INFO

Take 2 tablespoons daily mixed in milk, cereal of juice. Also add to cooking and baking recipes to boost nutritional content.

Other Ingredients

100% Pure Brewer's Yeast

Storage

This product is sold by weight not volume., Store in a cool, dry place.
Manufactured by NOW FOODS
BLOOMINGDALE, IL 60108
Made in the USA.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size  2 Tablespoon
Servings Per Container  28

Amount Per Serving     % DV

Calories 60  
  Calories from Fat 5  

Total Fat 0.5g   1%
Sodium 60mg   2%
Potassium 220mg   6%
Total Carbohydrate 5g   2%
  Dietary Fiber 4g   16%
Protein 8g   16%
Magnesium 32   8%
Calcium 40   4%
Iron 1.44   8%

Niacin (B3) 5   25%
Folic Acid 140   35%
Pantothenic Acid 0.4   4%
Zinc 1.2   8%
Riboflavin (B2) 0.43   25%
vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine) 0.4   20%
Vitamin B-12 3   50%

Thiamine (B-1)  0   **

** Daily Value (DV) not established.

Reviews

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USE FOR PETS
i USE IT SPECIFICALLY AS A FLEA DETERRENT AND VITAMIN SUPPLEMENT FOR MY MANY CATS. THEIR COATS ARE BEAUTIFULLY SOFT AND HEALTHY.
January 15, 2017
Great for lactation cookies!!
I got this for a recipe for lactation cookies to help maintain my supply. Works well, with oats and flax meal recipe. I also add it to my morning oatmeal with, almond butter, honey, chopped or whole almonds, and a sliced banana. You can hardly taste it that way. I only wish they had all the nutritional content on the label and had more brands of the powder form to choose from.
March 13, 2013
Good product. Good value.
I use this product as my Vitamin B supplement. Well balanced. I add to my cereal each day. It is a little bitter, but the value is worth it.
December 24, 2012
Trying to figure out what to eat it with
Experimenting foods and drinks to take it with-will repost when Ive found tasteful options that mask the flavor
December 3, 2012
Stale Beer Flavor
I had a supply shortage while breastfeeding. Along with the usual suggestions, my lactation consultant recommended brewers yeast. So I ran out to GNC and got the only one they had. I did not know it was a powder. It tastes like a beer that has been sitting on the counter for about 3 days. Directions say to put in juice or milk, grape juice is the only thing i found so far that makes it drinkable. This was after vomiting up the powder with milk, water, OJ, apple juice, and a few others. If you are dead set on getting brewers yeast, get the pill form!
July 20, 2011
It's an Acquired Taste
I've been taking brewer's yeast for years, and I've had better tasting products, but it's brewer's yeast, not a flavored protein shake. I mix a heaping teaspoon into my morning OJ before bed, put it in the fridge, and by morning it is completely dissolved and tastes good. It's an acquired taste, like scotch.
July 3, 2011
the most disgusting taste ever!
I have taken many things before but this is the worst! it taste so bad in any kind of food, I will return!.. smells so much like beer!
December 7, 2010
A new product with disappointment
Life Time Nutritional Specialties discontinued their brewers yeast YEAST 550 Multiple Vitamin & Mineral Supplement supoposedly for lack of sales. When I heard GNC would have a debittered yeast I pinned my hope it would if not equal come close to what was lost with discontunance of the other product. Unfortunately your product doesn't half-measure up to it in what it has, which is very little. Get a can of Life Time and you will see what I am talking about.
October 19, 2009