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Brewer's Yeast Supplementation Enhances Immune Response of Aged Mice.

@article{ElNaggar2015BrewersYS,
  title={Brewer's Yeast Supplementation Enhances Immune Response of Aged Mice.},
  author={Randa E. El-Naggar and W. Attia},
  journal={The Egyptian journal of immunology},
  year={2015},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={
          69-79
        }
}
A large amount of evidence indicates that aging is associated with immune system dysfunction. Brewer's yeast, one of the most notable species of yeast in health and wellness, has been shown to stimulate the immune system and improve human life span. In the present study, brewer's yeast (5, 25 or 125 μg/mouse) was orally supplemented to aged mice each other day for 4 weeks. Total number of leukocytes from peripheral blood (PBl), thymus (Thy), spleen (Sp), and peritoneal exudate cells (PEC) were… Expand

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