From the seventies, what we can call the “Copernican turn” of sports supplementation occurs when scientific and technological advances make it basically come from laboratories. Until then, and since the appearance of synthetic vitamins and minerals during the first half of the twentieth century, nothing else was consumed than the so-called Beer Yeast, a product that could be found in large quantities in breweries, and the Germ of Wheat, contained in the grains of this cereal before being refined to turn it into white flour.
The properties of these two “super natural supplements” are so many that it is worth describing them in greater detail and re-consuming them immediately.
In the article of our magazine, the properties of these supplements are detailed as well as their pros and cons.
- BEER YEAST:
AN EXTRAORDINARY SOURCE OF MINERALS AND VITAMIN B
- WHEAT GERM:
THE NATURAL TREASURE OF WHICH THE REFINEMENT PROCESS DEPRIVES US