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|Twinlab Super Rich Yeast Plus with Bio-formed GTF Chromium |
(glucose tolerance factor) and Bio-formed Selenium has been
recognized as an excellent source of essential nutritional
elements. One heaping tablespoonful (16 grams) supplies 25 mcg.
of Selenium and 100 mcg. of GTF Chromium derived from brewers
yeast. One heaping tablespoonful also provides 50% protein with
all the essential amino acids, vitamins, RNA, DNA, minerals, and
trace elements. It also contains the protein digesting enzymes
Papain and Bromelain, which are derived from the papaya and
pineapple fruits. Papain and Bromelain serve to aid in the
digestion of proteins in naturally concentrated foods such as
yeast. These enzymes help digest proteins to amino acids, which
are then used as building blocks for enzymes, hormones, and
tissues. Without adequate protein-digesting enzymes, amino acid
deficiency results. Twinlab Super Rich Yeast Plus with
Bio-formed GTF Chromium and Selenium also tastes very good. With
high GTF-Chromium, and Selenium, high potency vitamins and
minerals the digesting enzymes Papain (papaya) and Bromelain
(pineapple) and added Calcium and Magnesium due to yeast's
naturally high phosphorus content. Directions: You can
sprinkle it on your food, use it as a seasoning or mix it with
milk, juices, soups, gravies, salads, and casseroles. It
contains a low amount of calories and sodium for those on
restricted diets. Ingredients: Primary Yeast, Vitamins,
Minerals, Papain, Bromelain and Whey.
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