Health Benefits Of Kefir And How To Make Your Own 

Kefir is made from kefir grains, which are not actual grains but rather small gelatinous beads containing a combination of bacteria and yeast. These grains ferment the milk, transforming it into kefir.

What is Kefir?

Health Benefits of Kefir 

01 Probiotic Powerhouse 

Yeast Package

02 Enhanced Nutrient Absorption 


03 Immune System Support 


04 Anti-inflammatory Effects 


05 Improved Digestive Health 

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Place the kefir grains in a clean glass jar. 


Add milk 


Add milk to the jar, leaving some space at the top for expansion. The ratio of milk to kefir grains is typically 1:10.

Stir gently with a non-metal utensil to ensure the grains are evenly distributed. 


Cover the jar with a breathable cover and secure it with a rubber band. 


Allow the jar to sit at room temperature, away from direct sunlight, for 24-48 hours. The longer it ferments, the tangier and thicker the kefir will become. 


After fermentation, strain the kefir into another container using a plastic sieve or non-metal strainer, separating the grains from the liquid. 


The kefir is now ready to be consumed. You can store it in the refrigerator to slow down the fermentation process. 


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