Kefir is a dairy food that is a good source of bioavailable nutrients, including protein, fat, carbohydrate, vitamins A, D, K, B vitamins, and minerals like calcium.
Kefir is a probiotic-rich food that can help maintain a healthy gut microbiome. Probiotics are healthy bacteria found in certain foods that aid in digestion.
Kefir contains antioxidants that can protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals, potentially reducing the appearance of age-related skin issues.
Fermented dairy foods, such as kefir and yogurt, have lower lactose content compared to regular milk.
Kefir's probiotics can help lower uric acid and creatinine levels in the body, which can reduce the workload on the kidneys.
Kefir, a fermented drink originating from Eastern Europe and Southwest Asia, is named after the Turkish word "keyif."
Kefir consumption may lower high blood pressure in animals by inhibiting the ACE enzyme and relaxing veins and arteries.
Kefir consumption may fight cancer, including breast cancer, by improving immunity and inhibiting cancer cell growth.
Kefir is a calcium and vitamin K2 powerhouse that supports healthy bones. Vitamin K2 helps calcium absorption while calcium is vital for bone health.
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