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Brewers Yeast Medication
Diet and muscle mass: To gain weight you have to consume more calories than you are burning. Do this in a healthy way though. Don't choose junk or fast food. Keep a well balanced diet and make sure you are getting all the nutrients you need. Don't cut out exercise as it is very good for you. Weight lifting and other muscle building exercises can help you increase your body mass. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Eat more: Eat more calories than you need in order to gain weight and do resistance training, since building muscle is a great way to gain weight . How many calories you need depends on your age, level of activity, height and weight, Choose healthy oils and nuts, and eat from a variety of foods. Nuts are energy dense and have lots of calories in a small volume- Best to you ...Read more
Brewers Yeast: contains valuable protein and several B vitamins plus Chromium which some feel are a help with body fat reduction. On the negative side, some are allergic to brewers yeast. It can exacerbate Crohn's disease , a form of IBS. The same benefits can be had with a diet that contains beef, fish and fresh green and yellow vegetables. A balanced diet, weight control and a sensible workout. ...Read more
Hi, I'm 26/m, 79 kg and 191cm height, I exercise 4times a week at gym, can brewer's yeast help me gain weight? How many of them I should take daily?
Adjunct only: This is a nice natural source of vitamins. Don't spend much money on it. I am very glad you are exercising. Your body will look great with or without a lot of mass -- many women prefer a lean and trim man. If bulking muscle is what you want, consider creating. Aerobic exercise and moderate sensible eating will give you the great muscle definition that most men seek. Keep up the good work. ...Read more
Yeast allergies: Each type of yeast is actually a different organism, so you could be allergic to one and not necessarily allergic to all. However, people who are allergic to brewer's yeast can be allergic to baker's yeast as well. An allergist can skin test you to brewer's yeast, baker's yeast and candida, as well as numerous other fungal allergens. ...Read more
Egg substitutes: Soy products come in a variety of forms—milk, soft/silken, firm, fermented, flavored, dried, fried, etc. It is high in protein, low in fat & calories; depending what coagulant is used, it can be high in calcium &/or magnesium.Edamame, young soy beans still in their pod are usually boiled, salt-boiled, or steamed, but can also be fried (pakistani photas). Protein, fiber, folate, (folic acid) micronutrients. ...Read more
Brewers yeast, dandelion root, cayenne, ginger root on sale at health food store. Any of this bad for me?
Depends: You should view herbal medications as drugs. A lot of drugs in use today were originally developed based on compounds isolated from plants. Many herbal agents may interact with medications that you are already taking so it is important to check for drug interactions. Also most herbal agents have not been well studies in good clinical trials. This website may give you more information: http://www.U. ...Read more