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How To Make Milk Kefir

Simple, Very Healthy and Inexpensive

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No Refrigeration Needed

Kefir is a fermented milk which contains a mixture of several species of lactic cultures. It is one of the oldest cultured milks, having its origin in the Caucasian Mountains.

Easily digested, it cleanses the intestines, provides beneficial bacteria and yeast, vitamins and minerals, and complete proteins.

Kefir contributes mightily to a healthy immune system and this video shows you how to make it at home, very easily, for a fraction of the cost of buying it in a store.

It's made by fermentation of the kefir “grains”, which resembles miniature cauliflower florettes that are the size of wheat kernels. These grains consist of casein and gelatinous colonies of micro-organisms that grow together symbiotically.

In short, the friendly bacteria in Kefir can aid in:

- allergies
- arthritis
- cancer
- bowel problems
- colitis
- gout
- migraine
- rheumatism
- stomach disorders
- building up the body's own immune system and detoxifying it.
- playing a vital role in the development of a healthy digestive tract in babies

It's also predigested due to the fermentation process, rendering itself tolerable to those persons who are lactose intolerant. No refrigeration needed. Can be made with low-fat or non-fat milk, goats' milk, and soy milk.


--Bibi Farber

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