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Kefir

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 Milk Kefir is a natural probiotic and is superior to yogurt. It is a living culture containing more than 30 micro flora that form grains that resemble miniature cauliflower florets. As the culture ferments the milk, these structures grow, creating new grains in the process. Real Kefir from live culture is an endlessly self-propagating process.It has a tart taste with a creamy texture which can be adjusted to suit your palette.

 

Most probiotics sold at the supermarket are full of sugar and flavourings and are often no different than watered down yogurts with added sugar.

 

 

Drinking Kefie Has Numerous Health Benefits:

 

Kefir helps replenish healthy bacteria which are essential to fight viruses that can cause illness. Kefir is beneficial for those suffering from IBS. Kefir improves your immune system. Kefir is a great source of calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, Vitamin B1, B12 and Vitamin K. Kefir reduces candida overgrowth and yeast infections. Kefir is easily digested, it cleanses the intestines, providing beneficial bacteria and yeast, vitamins and minerals and complete proteins. The regular use of kefir may help relieve most intestinal disorders, promote proper bowel movement, reduce flatulence and create a healthier digestive system.

 

Kefir is full of amino acids like tryptophan which relaxes your nervous system and improves your mood. Kefir is said to have strong anti-aging properties, due to its high content of lactic acid. Kefir is used to restore the inner eco-system after antibiotic medication. Kefir is easy and inexpensive to grow at home

 

 

Further Info

 

Kefir grains are posted 1st Class Royal Mail. Orders received before 1.00pm are posted the same day 1st Class Royal Mail – orders received after 1.00pm are posted the following day Monday – Thursday. We do not ship on Fridays, weekends or public holidays. Therefore orders received after 1.00pm on Thursdays will be shipped the following Monday or Tuesday if Monday is a public holiday.

 

 

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