WHAT IS KEFIR
Traditionally kefir has had a long history in russia and other eastern european countries, where it is renowned for its exceptional health benefits. however the new trend towards embracing fermented foods has brought kefir into the mainstream.
Kefir is a thick fermented milk drink, similar to a drinking yoghurt. it has a distinctive tart, yet refreshing taste, with a slight effervescence. what distinguishes kefir from other probiotic foods such as yoghurt, is that it contains a broader range of beneficial bacteria along with yeasts, which work together to give kefir its exceptional health benefits.
Kefir is produced by the kefir grains, which are a symbiotic community of bacteria and yeasts, these grains feed on the natural sugars to ferment the mylk , once the kefir is ready the grains are removed.
Kefir has loads of health benefits, which include; healing the digestive system and liver, creating a strong immune system, enhancing hydration, recolonising and alkalising your gut, and it also possesses anti-tumour and anti-bacterial properties.