Milk Kefir Grains India
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Probiotics are living microorganisms, the majority of which are bacteria followed by yeast. They are similar to the naturally occurring microorganisms found in the intestines, or gut, of every person. Three of the most commonly used probiotics include Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, and Saccharomyces. They are often nicknamed the “friendly bacteria.” Probiotics are helpful in supporting your digestive health. kefir is a natural home made probiotic which is super easy to make .Probiotics present in Kefir are understood to help with the following:
Irritable bowel syndrome
Inflammatory bowel disease
Eczema (conflicting results)
Reduced Pediatric atopic dermatitis
KEFIR Serving Suggestions:
•blend with fruit to make a smoothie (bananas, strawberries, peaches, mangos, blueberries or other berries; or
apple with cinnamon spice, pumpkin w/pie spice), or fruit juice
•make a milk and honey drink with honey, agave nectar, or maple syrup to your taste.
•make a veggie drink and add spices to taste.
The homemade kefir contains billions of friendly organisms per millilitre, and the organisms are alive and
actively reproducing right up until the kefir is consumed along with ample amounts of kefiran and variations of
the polysaccharide. Commercial probiotics or kefir does not contain anywhere near the different types of organisms including yeasts as does kefir prepared with live kefir grains. Certain strains of organisms in the kefir grains cannot be cultured once they are separated from the microflora. Hence, these organisms are not found in
artificial kefir-starters, or in commercial kefir. We simply do not yet know how to create these organisms. What
their requirements are, and how they interact with the rest of the microflora remains a mystery to scientists and