Nutritional Yeast

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Nutritional yeast is an inactivated version of the yeast you’d use to make bread or beer. It has a savory or umami flavor, and may help lower cholesterol, boost your immune health, and more.

Nutritional yeast, also called “nooch,” is a popular food product often used in vegan cooking.

This powdered yeast gets its name from the nutrients it contains, including protein and a wide array of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Studies show that nutritional yeast offers several potential health benefits, ranging from lower cholesterol to protection from cellular damage that leads to disease.

Nutrients of note

Some main nutritional benefits of nutritional yeast include:

  • Protein. Nutritional yeast contains all nine essential amino acids that you must obtain from food. It’s also a source of high quality plant protein.
  • B vitamins. Fortified nutritional yeast is especially rich in B vitamins, including thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), and B6 and B12 
  • Trace minerals. These include zinc, selenium, manganese, and molybdenum, which are involved in gene regulation, metabolism, growth, and immunity

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Nutritional yeast is an inactivated version of the yeast you’d use to make bread or beer. It has a savory or umami flavor, and may help lower cholesterol, boost your immune health, and more.

Nutritional yeast, also called “nooch,” is a popular food product often used in vegan cooking.

This powdered yeast gets its name from the nutrients it contains, including protein and a wide array of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Studies show that nutritional yeast offers several potential health benefits, ranging from lower cholesterol to protection from cellular damage that leads to disease.

Nutrients of note

Some main nutritional benefits of nutritional yeast include:

  • Protein. Nutritional yeast contains all nine essential amino acids that you must obtain from food. It’s also a source of high quality plant protein.
  • B vitamins. Fortified nutritional yeast is especially rich in B vitamins, including thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), and B6 and B12 
  • Trace minerals. These include zinc, selenium, manganese, and molybdenum, which are involved in gene regulation, metabolism, growth, and immunity