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Where to Buy Kefir Online - Milk kefir in India and Water Kefir in India

Kefir in India

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Where to Buy Kefir Online – Milk kefir in India  and Water Kefir in India

Popular in certain parts of the world for centuries, kefir guzzling is now taking hold globally. And with good reason. The rise in popularity might be due to the importance of healthy gut ‘microbiome’ (fancy word for your cool little inner eco system) becoming more and more pronounced in our minds. That’s because the health media is reporting study after study linking poor intestinal health to most chronic diseases.

Recent studies have suggested that a Western lifestyle and diet, rich in processed foods, sugar and unhealthy fats, is destroying the good bacteria in our guts, which may explain why digestive problems such as IBS are rampant.So what should we be eating to get the good bacteria going? Fermented foods such as KEFIR have all been touted as the next big superfoods because they contain probiotics (another word for good bacteria). These bacteria in the gut are vital to our health. They work to destroy ‘bad’ bacteria and keep our immune system in check, our digestion ticking and our overall health and vitality in good condition.

Kefir is a fermented dairy milk drink, made by adding a live culture of yeast and bacteria to milk and leaving it to ferment for a few hours. The result? A tartly flavoured drink reminiscent of, and with a consistency between, milk and yoghurt. Originating from the region where Europe meets Asia, kefir has been made for over 2,000 years and is drunk religiously in countries including Russia and former Soviet states for its health benefits. The drink is rich in good bacteria, containing around 47 different strands, whereas yoghurt which contains just one or two.

Kefir’s Health Benefits

  1. Digestion. Kefir is naturally very low in lactose and so easier for some people to digest. The probiotic bacteria also help to break down the ‘bad stuff’ in our bodies and support the digestive tract, which is good for those that suffer with digestive issues such as IBS.
  2. Nutrients. Kefir has high levels of calcium, phosphorus, vitamins and minerals.
  3. The skin. Shann says that “your skin is a map of your gut”: if your gut is in good working order, it should show in your skin. It has been suggested that kefir can help autoimmune diseases such as roseca, acne and eczema.

KEFIR BASICS 

  • You can pronounce it ke-FEER. Or ka-FEER .
  • The word comes from the Turkish word ‘keif’, which literally translates as ‘good feeling’ – ’cause that’s what it gives you when you drink it.
  • Kefir is type of cultured (or fermented) food.
  • It’s also a probiotic food.
  • Oh, and a functional food.
  • And a superfood.
  • Kefir is made from kefir grains…
  • …but its grain free (so don’t worry, gluten free folk).
  • The grains are a mixture of bacteria, yeast, protein, and sugar.
  • There are two main types of kefir – water and milk kefir.
  • Water kefir grains are grown in organic sugar and filtered water.
  • Milk kefir grains are propagated in cow, goat, or sheep milk. They prefer to grow in organic and raw milk.
  • Fresh milk kefir grains are little clouds of delight that resemble cottage cheese. They also look a little like mini cauliflower florets.
  • Water kefir grains are small, translucent, gelatinous structures.
  • Confusingly,water  kefir grains are sometimes known as Tibeten Mushrooms.
  • Taste wise, milk kefir is similar to a drinkable yogurt.
  • Water kefir is mild and sweet, like a slightly carbonated soda.
  • Milk kefir is slightly sour and very creamy. If you’re into sour foods, then you’ll dig milk kefir straight up (no flavoring required).
  • It gets sourer the longer you let it ferment .
  • …kefir is the gift that keeps on giving.
  • It’s a little boozy. The alcohol content shouldn’t be more than around 1% though.
  • Both water and milk kefir are oh-so refreshing.
  • Drinking kefir will probably make you happier
  • Kefir is amazing for you.
  • It’s been called an almost ideal probiotic food. We desperately need probiotics, because we have damaged our microbial health with overuse of antibiotics and junk food lifestyles. This has compromised our immune systems.
  • Drinking kefir regularly is likely to radically improve your digestion. It has a healing effect on IBS and IBD.
  • It’ll also help you to lose weight. It does that by revving up your metabolism…
  • …and ’cause its so nourishing/balancing, it helps to eliminate food cravings.
  • In the process of cleansing the intestines and furnishing you with beneficial bacteria and yeast, kefir also supplies vitamins, minerals and complete proteins. What a superstar!
  • Milk kefir contains decent levels of the following tricky-to-get vital nutrients: Vitamin B12, phosphorus, Vitamin K2, biotin and folate.
  • Lactose intolerant people can drink milk kefir, because the lactose gets eliminated during the process of making it.
  • Milk kefir also has a slower transit time than milk – another thing that helps the lactose-intolerant.
  • Kefir has a tranquilizing effect on the nervous system – good if you suffer with sleep disorders, depression or ADHD.
  • Kefir will help with your anxiety.
  • The insane probiotic boost means its a longevity enhancer. Another reason why its good for longevity is…
  • …being rich in lactic acid bacteria, kefir can kill aflatoxins and other funguses which helps preserve healthy genetic expression.
  • Kefir is a great way to get extra protein in your diet without extra calories. A 175 gram serving contains around 6 grams.
  • kefir is a great way to get extra protein in your diet
  • Certain compounds in kefir may play a role in regulating immune function, allergic response, and inflammation.
  • Kefir may have an anti-tumor effect.
  • Everyone (old and young) can enjoy kefir. Even pregnant women can drink it.
  • A good amount is around 1-4 cups daily. As with everything, go for balance.
  • Kefir can be used medicinally in large amounts for a short period.