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What is Kefir?

Kefir is a probiotic drink with sour-refreshing taste, which is produced by fermentation of a mixed culture of microorganisms consisting of lactic acid bacteria and yeasts. This culture is called kefir grains. Friendly bacteria ferment sugars in the milk and the yeasts allow the fermentation process, creating a certain amount of alcohol. Each of the kefir grains consists of a mixture of proteins, amino acids, lipids and soluble polysaccharide (kefiran)

Kefir grains are very unique in many ways and they don’t have a shelf life.

Kefir contains proteins, vitamin A, all vitamins from group B, vitamin D, Vitamin E, folic acid, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus.

Names for Kefir grains: Tibetan mushroom, yogurt mushroom, yogurt fungus, grains from the prophet

The word Kefir derives from Turkish word “keif” which translated means “good feeling”. It makes sense because daily drinking of Kefir leads to well-being and prosperity.

Kefir is not valued only as nutritious and refreshing drink with a pleasant taste, but also because of its medicinal properties that originate from the microflora: kefir grains.

Because the tribes from Caucas didn’t want to sell their long kept secret, nowadays those who practice making kefir yogurt share kefir grains to anyone who is seriously interested in making kefir. If you can’t find anyone nearby that can give you kefir you can find it here.

Kefir Health Benefits

In 1887 is recognized as the best fighter against pulmonary tuberculosis. These are the amazing kefir health benefits

1) Special emphasis is on preventing the development of colon cancer (remedy for colon cleansing)

2) Improves digestion and urinary tract function

3) Clean the body from harmful substances

4) Strong effect on allergies and intolerances to food

5) Natural antibiotic

6) Reduces (inflammatory) diseases such as rheumatism and arthritis

7) Helps in better absorption of nutrients

8) Strengthens the immune system

9) It helps with stomach disorders such as gastritis and stomach ulcers [22];

10) Reduces cholesterol

11) Helps against kidney and gall bladder diseases

12) It restores intestinal flora and relieves pain in the stomach;

13) It improves liver function and acts against gallstones

13) Helps prevent cardiovascular disease

14) It lowers blood sugar, blood pressure and triglycerides

15) Treats fungal and bacterial diseases

16) It helps in stopping the growth of malignant cells

17) Normalizes metabolism and helps you lose weight

18) Prevents insomnia, depression and fatigue which are caused by stress

19) It helps with bronchitis and asthma, respiratory disease cures;

20) Helps prevent anemia and poor circulation;

21) It is rich in proteins (important to maintain a healthy nervous system and the transmission of nerve impulses)

22) Prevents premature aging

23) The wealth of minerals, especially Ca, Mg, P;

24) Slows down the aging process due to the presence of a large number of antioxidants

25) Accelerates wound Healing

26) It helps to prevent psoriasis and eczema.

27) A natural substance for potency in both men and women.

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What is Kefir? Kefir is a probiotic drink with sour-refreshing taste, which is produced by fermentation of a mixed culture of microorganisms consisting of lactic acid bacteria and yeasts. This culture is called kefir grains. Friendly bacteria ferment sugars in the milk and the yeasts allow the fermentation process, creating a...