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Kefir has many benefits, including better digestion of fats, proteins and carbohydrates. It has been known for thousands of years for its anti-aging and immune-enhancing properties.
Kefir is an ancient cultured food, rich in amino acids, enzymes, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and B vitamins. Kefir means "feel good" in Turkish, and that's just how you'll feel after drinking a glass in the morning! Easy and fun to make at home, it is superior to commercial yogurt. An absolute must after antibiotic use!
Unlike yogurt, kefir can actually colonize the intestinal tract and is simple and fun to make at home. To make kefir: Mix one packet with 1 quart of warm milk, cover and set at room temperature for 18-24 hours. Refrigerate and enjoy!
Each packet yields 1 quart of kefir, and can be reused up to 7 times. This means you can create 10 ½ gallons of kefir from one box!
This week, Body Ecology launched the first-ever Healthy Gut Summit.
Josh Axe, who is on the panel of experts at the Summit today, talks all about leaky gut. I promise you—this is one interview you won’t want to miss.
Power foods designed to heal a leaky gut can also be delicious. Raw, cultured dairy foods, like kefir made with the Kefir Starter, are tasty and healing.
Dr. Axe reveals:
We also talk about why a healthy gut is the cornerstone of a healthy life. If you want to get control of an immune system disorder, drop excess weight, or have a healthy pregnancy—getting rid of leaky gut is essential.
Gut health influences inflammation, metabolism, and hormonal balance.
I won’t give it all away, but I will tell you about Dr. Axe’s four favorite foods that help heal a leaky gut. They are:
Are you surprised?
If you would like to know why these foods made Dr. Axe’s list or find out tips to reduce that one thing that affects all of us—STRESS—then sign up for The Healthy Gut Summit today.
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