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Brewer's yeast for improving skin, hair and nails

   Rapid way of life, influence of polluted atmosphere, unhealthy and unbalanced diet, the absence of regime, deficiency of vitamins, minerals and protein, steady stress... This list can be continued. It influences our health directly, thus the quality of life. That's why our body has to get enough essential biologically active substances every day. The source of these substances is brewer's yeast which has been well known with its properties for a long time. Brewer's yeast is the real natural wonder. This product is so rich with different useful substances that it cannot but have medical properties.
   Brewer's yeast is one of the most essential natural sources of native protein (52%), vitamins B1, B2, B6, B9, E, PP, H and essential fatty acids (oleic, arachidonic and linolenoic). Such unique brewer's yeast composition is defined by natural process of microorganisms cultivation on the brewer's wort - barley malt and hop    extract which is the richest source of vitamins, micro- and macroelements.
   Brewer's yeast for improving skin, hair and nails can be recommended by your doctor for use in dietary unbalanced and malnutrition in order to optimize the chemical composition of the diet as an additional source of vitamins B, vitamin E, protein, amino acids and minerals (iron, selenium , zinc, calcium) and provide optimal nutritional conditions for the normalization of metabolism and for the normal state of the skin, hair and nails.

How to use: for adults – take 7 – 10 pills during the day 10 minutes before meal taking water with the medicine.
You should consult your doctor before the use.
Taking course: 3-4 weeks, later confirm the taking course with the doctor.
Сaution when using: individual sensitivity to the components.
Keep away from moisture at a temperature not above 25 C.
Expiration date: 24 months from production date.   

Resolution of Ministry of Health from 11.10.2006  № 05.03.02-04/48558
ТУ У 15.8-30192477-001-2003