Imagine a yeast cell wall; it’s similar to a sponge you would find on the ocean floor: with caverns, crevices and holes. Our process involves the digestion, if you will, of specific fats and proteins using fairly caustic compounds such as hydroxides: sodium hydroxide and potassium hydroxide.
These are compounds similar to what’s found in your gut when the bowel gets drenched with bile during digestion. We also partake in a series of steps involving acids under certain pressures and temperatures. The product is washed with purified water to rid waste, as well as being centrifuged for further separation. It is tested for Purity and Content of beta glucan.
If it does not meet Transfer Point’s standard of quality, it gets sold off to other companies under different brand names.