Endometriosis and brewer’s yeast
As we mentioned in previous articles, endometriosis that grows elsewhere than the endometrium also reacts to hormonal signals from the monthly menstrual cycle by accumulating tissue, breaking it down, and shedding it during the menstrual period. As we know, brewer’s yeast contains a variety of nutrients that are important for women with endometriosis. In this article, we will discuss how brewer’s yeast affects women with endometriosis.
1. Digestive system
Brewer’s yeast contains high levels of good microorganisms that help improve the digestive system in the absorption of vital vitamins and minerals, resulting in the balance of estrogen and progesterone levels during the menstrual cycle.
2. Immune system
The overproduction of harmful microorganisms increases the risk of toxic waste overproduction and weakens the immune system in the fight against free radical formation, endometrial implants and adhesions, and cell abnormalities, including tumors and cancers.
Brewer’s yeast not only helps improve the digestive system in the absorption of vitamins and minerals, but also increases the synthesis of carbohydrates in the liver and regulates the production of insulin, thereby increasing energy for the cells of our body. , including brain cells, reducing the risk of endometrial symptoms, such as tiredness, dizziness, loss of concentration, confusion, and headaches.
4. Vitamin B complex
The vitamin B complex in brewer’s yeast is said to help balance the levels of hormones in the prostaglandin family. Without enough vitamin B complex, the overproduction of certain hormones from the prostaglandin family causes an overactive uterine muscles that causes menstrual pain.
5. Folic acid
Without enough folic acid, you increase the risk of abnormal cell growth, including peritoneal cells that develop into endometrial cells in the abdomen.
Biotin is necessary for the digestive system to absorb the vitamin B complex and produce fatty acids, thus helping to balance prostaglandin hormones.
Brewer’s yeast also contains high levels of potassium, which is essential for regulating sodium levels and lowering the risk of water retention.