From California, USA:
Does Brewer's Yeast work like cornstarch to slow glucose absorption?
As far as I know, that was a thought about 10-15 years ago. It is very rich in many nutrients, but quite unpalatable, so I do not see it recommended.
Additional Comments from Dr. Donough O'Brien:Another reason for the use of Brewers Yeast was for its content of a chromium-containing factor called 'glucose tolerance factor'. The fad never really caught on.
Original posting 1 Nov 1998
Additional comment added 27 Dec 1998
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