Mineral Yeasts

The continuous and intensive use of our soils let to a reduction of minerals and trace elements in Europe. In the era of agricultural industrialisation this fact became enforced because the natural fertilisation with natural substances like compost and dung were increasingly replaced by chemical fertilisation. The minerals which the plants need for growing are added to the soils. But the chemical fertilisation cannot compensate the degrading contents of e.g. Selenium or Chromium. To compensate possible deficits in nutrition so-called mineral yeasts are tried and trusted.

Following you can find rumoured features of different mineral yeasts:

Manganese:  benefits the production of enzymes
Zinc:  strengthens the immune system, benefits the mesopic vision, benefits the production of enzymes
 is an activator for degrading of sugar, benefits the production of enzymes, strengthens bones and teeth
Selenium:  benefits the action of the heart, raises the effect of vitamin E, prevents particularly rheumatism and cataract
Molybdenum:  benefits the apposition of fluorides in enamel (carious prophylaxis), catalyser for breathing
 benefits the metabolism of glucose
Copper:  benefits the production of enzymes
Germanium:  stimulates the immune system, blocks free radicals, encourage the production of interferon