The description of the drug
The composition of brewer's yeast there are a large number of nutrients: vitamins b and e, calcium, magnesium, sodium, iron, copper. In combination with zinc, these components provide an effective action on various systems of the body.
Brewer's yeast stimulate the metabolism and promote the normal work of the cardiovascular system and digestive tract. Included in their composition, the b vitamins strengthen the nervous system. Also, the yeast positively affect the condition of skin, hair and nails, strengthening them and accelerating their growth.
Zinc, present in the composition of the drug, normalizes the functioning of the prostate gland. Also, this element helps to regulate blood sugar levels. Due to its properties, zinc promotes the growth and regeneration of cells. In particular it is a substance having a wound healing effect and accelerates regeneration of the skin. Antibacterial property of zinc helps to cope with pimples and other lesions of inflammation on the skin.
Brewer's yeast with zinc taken for the treatment of gipovitaminoz In as well as the lack of zinc in the body. In the complex therapy this tool is used in the treatment of diabetes and anemia. In neurological practice, the product is recommended for neuralgia, and polyneuritis.
In dermatology brewer's yeast with addition of zinc is indicated for treatment of cutaneous diseases. Including the remedy prescribed for psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, abrasions, skin ulcers of various origins. Also this drug is used for treatment and prevention of acne and pimples.
Drink brewer's yeast with zinc should during meals – it helps better absorption of this Supplement. The preparation necessary to take 3 tablets a frequency of 3 times a day. The course of treatment is 1 month. To use this tool can adults and children over 12 years.
Yeast with zinc should not drink if you are hypersensitive to any of their ingredients. Pregnant and lactating women to take this drug is not recommended. If necessary, the use of this agent during these periods is possible, but only with the permission of the doctor.
When taking brewer's yeast with zinc in rare cases may experience allergic reactions. When they appear, you should either reduce the dosage or suspend therapy.