Brewer's yeast stimulates the metabolism Cellular liquid brewer's yeast is the natural product with what is probably the highest content of biologically active B vitamins such as folic acid and enzyme protein. People have been using brewer's yeast for their health for thousands of years - for a long time without knowing that billions of tiny yeast cells are responsible. Optimal cell nutrition 80 years ago, Heinrich Metz at the University of Halle developed a gentle biological process to prepare a valuable basis for daily nutrition from brewer's yeast. What actually is brewer's yeast? Real brewer's yeasts are remarkable microorganisms, only visible under a microscope. Brewer's yeast cells need many vitamins, trace elements and enzyme proteins for their enormous metabolic performance. This provides the nutrient-rich barley malt on which Dr. Metz brewer's yeast grows. Another plus: brewer's yeast also forms many new vitamins. Brewer's yeast for metabolism Our metabolism has a variety of tasks to perform. Brewer's yeast provides the right vitamins - B1, B2, B6, niacin and folic acid - in large quantities. Vitamin B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B6 and niacin contribute to normal energy metabolism, riboflavin to normal iron metabolism and vitamin B6 to normal protein metabolism. * Niacin, riboflavin (= vitamin B2), thiamine (= vitamin B1) and vitamin B6 contribute to a normal energy-yielding metabolism. Folic acid contributes to normal homocysteine metabolism. ** Folic acid and vitamin B6 contribute to the normal functioning of the immune system. Riboflavin helps protect cells from oxidative stress. *** Folic acid, niacin, vitamin B6 contribute to normal mental function and reduce tiredness and fatigue. **** Riboflavin (vitamin B2) and niacin contribute to the maintenance of normal mucous membranes, e.g. that of the intestine.