Marmite is one of those typical British products with a huge following around the world. Marmite is made of yeast extract which is a residu from brewing beer. The yeast extract is mixed with vegetable extract and salt, which makes this an easy and healthy recipe. Marmite goes great with toast, crumpets and crackers or in a savoury soup.
Marmite and a lack of Vitamin B12
A lack of vitamin B12 can result in all kinds of physical and mental complaints. Most of the people that suffer from a lack of vitamin B12 are able to get those levels back to normal by eating foods that contain high levels of vitamine b12. Marmite is one of those products, in contains 2ug of B12 per 8g portion, which is 80% of your recommended daily allowance on 1 slice of toast. Besides this Marmite has been enriched with a number of other vitamin B's being: Thiamin B1, Riboflavin B2, Niacin B3, Folic Acid B9 and Vitamin B12. Marmite contains between 43% and 99% of your recommended daily allowance of all these b-vitamins.
yeast extract (contains barley, wheat, oats, rye), salt, vegetable juice concentrate, vitamins (thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B12 and folic acid), natural flavouring (contains celery)
Contains: barley, wheat, oats, rye, celery. Always check packaging before use.