Most of the minerals and vitamins saved in the brewing process. Especially a lot in this beverage contains vitamins of group B. these include cobalamin, Riboflavin, pyridoxine, Pantothenic acid, Niacin, folic acid, Biotin, and thiamine. The most important are pyridoxine and Riboflavin. Lack of Riboflavin leads to loss of appetite, muscle weakness, General fatigue. Lack of pyridoxine causes depression, fatigue, hair loss, poor circulation.
A liter of beer covers seventeen percent of the daily value for Riboflavin, Biotin and pyridoxine, thirteen percent of your daily value of Niacin, eight percent of the daily value of Pantothenic acid, and from ten to forty-five percent of the daily value of Politov or folic acid.
In the beer contains natural carbon dioxide, which improves and accelerates blood flow to the mucous membranes of the mouth, increases salivation, promotes the formation of in the stomach hydrochloric acid helps the kidneys remove unwanted substances through urine.
Beer contains more than thirty kinds of trace elements and minerals, most of which are originally contained in the malt. For example, in beer there is quite a lot of silicon, which is important for the health of the human body. From silicon depends on the condition of the bone system, it has protivootecna and anti-sclerotic effect. In beer the silicon is present as silicic acid, and its concentration in the drink is five times higher than in drinking water. It is believed that the silicon displaces the body of the aluminium, thus reducing the harmful effects of this metal on the human health.