Why Kefir?

Wednesday, 17th August 2016

Things you should know about Kefir
Just like other fermented foods, Kefirs contain high amounts of beneficial probiotics, digestive live enzymes, health boosting nutrients and B vitamins which are essential to our overall health.
The kefir grains make up are cultures of various strains of healthy bacteria, yeast, and polysaccharide which look like crystal clusters or grains of jelly which feed on the sugar (metabolise the sugar) to produce right-rotating lactic acid, carbon dioxide and ethanol resulting in a fermented, carbonated and slightly fizzy beverage.
Because of kefir’s ability to establish healthy bowel flora, it is beneficial in preventing many gastrointestinal disorders. Kefir can also prevent the growth of harmful bacteria, acting as a natural antibiotic.
It’s cleansing effect on the whole body helps to establish a balanced inner ecosystem for optimum health and longevity as it strengthens the immune system, encourages good digestion and helps to maintain healthy function of the heart. Kefir is an excellent source of nourishment for kids, pregnant and nursing women, the elderly, and those with compromised immunity.

*Purearth’s water ‘dairy-free’ kefir range is infused with cold-pressed organic juices and superfoods to make this probiotic rich beverage even more superior and health beneficial.
Our kefir ranges are tasty, energising, refreshing, low glycemic and are a wonderful alternative if you are lactose intolerant or follow a vegan diet.

Purearth tip:
Kefir should be introduced slowly as the body and digestion needs to adjust. Start by drinking small amounts of kefir on a daily basis.
 ¼ a bottle of Purearth’s kefir drinks are recommended, build up from there and always trust your gut.

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