What is Kefir?

Kefir Culture is a tangy, creamy and tasty probiotic smoothie that is high in protein, calcium and B vitamins. The naturally occurring ‘good bacteria’ that lives in every bottle of Kefir provides a tangible health benefit when consumed regularly. While the taste and texture is a lot like drinkable yogurt – the benefits are far more effective.

Scroll down to know the top 10 reasons to consume Kefir Culture in your daily diet!

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  1. Rich in Probiotics:

Each bottle contains over 30 strains of probiotics!

Probiotics are live microorganisms that are good for your digestive system. Probiotics are often called "good" or "helpful" bacteria because they help keep your gut healthy. The benefits of these good bacteria include supporting immunity and a healthy digestive system.


  1. Keeps Your Gut Healthy:

High in nutrients and probiotics, Kefir is very beneficial for digestion and gut health. Due to the sheer number of probiotics in Kefir, it is considered healthier than milk or yogurt. Kefir contains the probiotic Lactobacillus kefiri and the carbohydrate kefiran, both of which protect against harmful bacteria in your gut.


  1. Improves Immunity:

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What goes on in your gut is key to your overall health. In fact, your gut and your immune system are very closely linked, and 70 to 80 % of your immune tissue is situated in your digestive tract.


  1. Improves Skin Health:

Start drinking Kefir Culture and your skin will thank you! Skin, the largest organ of the body, can often be the first thing to show signs of poor health when the body is internally out of balance. By restoring the natural balance of your gut with Kefir Culture, you may notice your skin troubles bidding you adieu!


  1. Lowers Blood Pressure:

Drinking Kefir may have a positive effect on blood pressure by promoting communication between the gut and brain.


  1. Reduces Acidity:

Acid reflux is usually attributed to bad changes in your gut caused due to changes in diet, stress, spicy food, caffeine, alcohol etc. Kefir being loaded with good bacteria, Lactobaccillus amongst others could prove helpful in thwarting acid reflux symptoms and restoring balance in your overall gut health.


  1. Helps cure IBS

The friendly probiotics in Kefir are known to ease IBS Symptoms such as bloating and digestive distress.

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  1. Healthy Weight

Kefir is high in protein, which increases satiety and reduces hunger cravings throughout the day.


  1. Protein

An 180ml bottle of Kefir Culture contains 8 grams of natural protein!


  1. Lactose Digestion

Kefir is low in lactose because its lactic acid bacteria have already pre-digested the lactose. People who have lactose intolerance can often drink kefir without problems. Our unique fermentation process and cultures ensure that Kefir Culture is up to 99% lactose-free and suitable for most people who are lactose intolerant.