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Milk Kefir What Is Milk Kefir? Milk Kefir is milk fermented by cultured kefir grains. Basically, it is made by adding kefir grains (which you can buy in health stores) to your milk. It can be any kind of milk — regular milk, coconut milk, soy milk or rice milk.
7 Simple Steps To A Milk Kefir Drink Kefir may easily be the most effective health drink available to man. It can cure or prevent an array of illnesses from flatulence to cancer, from ADHD to HIV/AIDS. What’s really cool about kefir is that anyone (including you) can create a home-made milk kefir drink. However, […]
Kefir Grains Introduction To Kefir | History And Definition Kefir grains are what make Kefir or Bulgaros (in Spanish), the healthiest probiotic beverage. The health benefits of kefir are endless, and it’s easily one of the most affordable drinks there is. All you need are some live grains and some milk or water-sugar placed in […]
Kefir is cultured milk, fermented with kefir grains. It is a sour, tangy yogurt-like drink that has so many health benefits. It promises so many benefits that it is almost difficult to believe. It can treat ulcer, diarrhea, acne, bronchitis, tuberculosis, leaky gut syndrome, arthritis, gout, rheumatism, depression, acne, eczema, heart problems, kidney troubles, ADHD, […]
Based on some of the feedback I’ve been getting from my readers, drinking water kefir for first time users is better recommended than milk kefir. Again experimenting on the two is still the best option. However to have a better understanding of the two, here are some things I’ve found about the two types of […]
You may have not heard of kefir but it is easily one of the healthiest and most nutritious beverages in the world (but not necessarily the most delicious). From its name alone you might not take kefir seriously and doubt if any beverage with such a strange-sounding name could do you any good at all. […]