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Monday, August 22, 2022

Vitamins in beer

Beer is a curious substance. It's existed for thousands of years and has always been popular. Beer contains a variety of B vitamins and minerals because it’s made from cereal grains and yeast.

Compared with standard beer, light beer contains a similar amount of vitamins and minerals but slightly fewer calories and less alcohol.

All beers contain large amounts of B vitamins, with particularly high concentrations of vitamins B-3, B-6 and B-9. This comes from the yeast content of beer, with unfiltered beers containing higher concentrations of B complex vitamins.

Beer also contains a lot of vitamins B12, an anti-anaemia factor presents in very few foods. Folic acid which is also high in beer is believed to help prevent heart attacks.

B-complex vitamins are essential water-soluble nutrients. They can a help prevent a variety of diseases. B-complex vitamins are particularly well known for their role in helping maintain red blood cells in human body and keeping nervous system healthy.
Vitamins in beer

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