ORGANIC LIVE MILK KEFIR GRAINS Instructions, Muslin Cloth, Probiotics Gut Health Next Day Delivery if Order before 3pm

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Verkoper: treemac_traan (16.004) 100%, Objectlocatie: Ossett, Verzending naar: Europe, US, Objectnummer: 311975488931 Organic Organic, Live Kefir Grains ✔ Best Kefir Grains on eBay - 5g (will grow rapidly) ✔ Works with Dairy, Raw, Plant/Nut based & Lactose Free Milks! ✔ Easy to Follow Colour Instructions & Faq Sheet ✔ Full Email Support and Money Back if not satisfied ✔ Muslin Cloth to Cover Fermenting Kefir ✔ Next Day Delivery for UK orders made before 3pm Mon to Fri Kefir Made Simple I will make this process as simple as possible so you can get on with making kefir quick and with minimal fuss. You will receive the live kefir grains and liquid kefir which you then add to milk. Included with the grains is a colour instruction and faq sheet, which will guide you through the process, step by step. You will have fermented kefir in 24 hours and the grains will grow. If you experience any problems making the kefir you can contact me for help and I will resolve it asap. Full Money Back Guarantee if not satisfied. Cows, goat and sheep milk can be used with these grains, as can nut/ plant milks such as coconut, almond milk and soy (See Faq at end of listing for more information). These grains even ferment and grow in lactose free milk! Kefir - The King of Fermented Dairy Foods and Probiotic Powerhouse Kefir made from live kefir grains contains far more probiotics than you will get in any supplement. A cup of kefir will contain hundreds of billions of probiotic bacteria! Kefir contains an average of 30 to 40 different probiotic strains, again more than supplements, more than commercial kefir (typically 5 to 15 strains) and more than yoghurt (typically 2 to 7 different strains). Here's What You Get Kefir Grains Kefir Instruction & Fact Sheet Muslin Fermenting Cover & Elastic Band So what exactly is Kefir? Kefir is a fermented milk product made by combining kefir grains with milk and leaving for a period of time (typically 24 hours) which allows for fermentation to occur. Whilst referred to as kefir grains, they aren't actually grains at all but rather a gelatinous white substance known as a 'Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast' (SCOBY). The name kefir comes from the Turkish work “keif”, which means “good feeling”. OK I add the grains to milk and leave for 24 hours - what happens during this time? You know how Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt supposedly liked to bathe in milk to enhance her beauty? Well kefir grains like to do exactly the same, though not for the sake of vanity but rather to feed on the milk sugars (lactose). As the grains feed on these sugars, they create beneficial compounds and lots of probiotics. These compounds create an acidic environment which is absolutely ideal for the probiotic bacteria in the grains to thrive and flourish but is extremely hostile to pathogenic bacteria. This is why fermented foods such as kefir are naturally preserved for such a long time - the acidic environment created by the good bacteria make it almost impossible for pathogenic bacteria to get a foothold. As well as the milk turning into a probiotic powerhouse, during fermentation the concentrations of B vitamins - B12, Folic acid, Biotin, Thiamin and Riboflavin in kefir increase. The neurotransmitters GABA and tryptophan are also produced. What else will I need to make this? In addition to the kefir grains you will need: 1. Milk to add the kefir grains to - I use organic whole milk but you can use regular milk or other dairy milks such as goat or sheep milk. These grains will also work with coconut milk. 2. A container to hold the milk while it ferments into kefir. Glass, or food grade ceramic or porcelain is best. A glass jar, jug, mug or cup is fine. 3. A sieve to separate the kefir grains from the kefir liquid. Plastic is preferable to metal. Let's talk about the microbiome It is becoming increasingly evident that the microbiome (the 100 trillion bacteria residing in our gut which outnumber our own bodies cells by 10 to 1) is critical for our health. In fact in addition to gut disorders such as IBS, IBD, a dysfunctional microbiome is increasingly implicated in a wide range of diseases outside the gut including diabetes, asthma and allergies, autism spectrum, depression and anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome - well you get the idea. It is therefore essential that we maintain a healthy microbiome in order to stay healthy. A Healthy Microbiome will: Maintain a healthy immune system and inflammation levels - 75% of the bodies total immune system actually resides in the gut ( GALT - gastrointestinal immune system )! Inflammation, when functioning correctly is good, healing the body by bringing immune activity to the place on the where injury or infection has occurred. However, when inflammation persists or serves no purpose, it causes illnesses such as those I previously mentioned. Maintain the strength and integrity of the gut wall, preventing toxic compounds getting into the bloodstream. Produce nutrients such as B12, K2. Produce essential brain chemicals such as tryptophan, serotonin, dopamine and GABA. Break down fibers, sugars, polyphenols found in vegetables, fruits and herbs into beneficial compounds which are then utilised by our body. Break down milk sugars into beneficial compounds (as with kefir). Help prevent infection by crowding out pathogenic bacteria and releasing antimicrobial compounds which destroy pathogens. An Unhealthy Microbiome (dysbiosis) can result in: An unbalanced immune system and increased levels of inflammation throughout the body leading to illness. Compromised integrity of the gut lining allowing toxic particles into the bloodstream which also caused inflammation throughout the body and sometimes the brain. The body will be deprived of the nutrients, brain chemicals, and beneficial compounds which would normally be supplied by the beneficial bacteria of a healthy microbiome. Poor protection from pathogens making us more susceptible to infection and disorders such as SIBO (Small intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth). Food for thought... Chronic diseases and mental health issues (According to the World Health Organisation, depression is now the number 1 the leading cause of disability in the world) are on the rise and it is looking like the food we eat and the environment we live in is significantly impacting our microbiome and in turn our health. We need to be wary of: A highly processed diet high in sugar, but low in fiber and nutrients. This type of diet feeds the bad bacteria whilst starving the good bacteria. Antibiotics which indiscriminately kill the good bacteria as well as the bad. Environmental chemicals like pesticides and chlorine in our water can also have a negative impact on our bacteria Stress So what can we do? Reduce highly processed foods and sugar intake. Eat fermented foods such as kefir to get the good bacteria inside us. Increase fruit, veg, nuts, which provide fiber and polyphenols which the good bacteria feed on. Eat healthy fats such as extra virgin olive oil and coconut oil. A Mediterranean style diet is a good option. Also try to eat a highly diverse diet as this leads to a more diverse microbiome. High diversity in the microbiome is linked to health whilst low diversity is linked with disease. Where possible try to eat organic as pesticides may harm the bacteria in our guts. Be careful with antibiotics, drink non chlorinated water and try to reduce stress. Kefir Faqs What is kefir? Kefir is a fermented milk product typically made with cow, goat or sheep milk. Its name comes from the Turkish work “keif”, which means “good feeling”. How is Kefir made? It is made by putting kefir grains (actually not grains at all but a gelatinous white substance made up primarily of healthy bacteria and yeasts) in milk and leaving for 24 hours. During this time, the microorganisms in the kefir grains ferment the sugars in the milk (lactose), transforming it from milk into kefir. Kefir ferments faster in warm temperatures. What type of milk can I use with these grains? Dairy milks such as cow, goat and sheep milk is fine as are nut milks such as coconut and almond milk. There are a few extra rules for using nut milks which are included with the instructions I send. There are also rules for sheep, or goat milk so please contact me for advise if you wish to use those. Is Kefir safe? Yes, kefir is by its very nature is antipathogenic. Can I take kefir if I am allergic to milk? Lactose is a sugar found in milk. People with lactose intolerance are unable to break down and digest lactose properly, resulting in symptoms such as bloating, gas, cramps and diarrhoea. Kefir grains actually feed on the lactose in milk, turning it into lactic acid, so kefir is lower in lactose than milk. Kefir also contains enzymes which break the lactose down even further. Because of this, kefir is generally well tolerated by people with lactose intolerance, when compared to regular milk. You can reduce the lactose content of kefir even further by fermenting it for 48 hours instead of the usual 24. Yes kefir contains a lot of probiotics but what about the nutritional benefits? Kefir is rich in vitamin A, B2, B12, D, K, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and tryptophan. What if I suffer from IBS or other gastrointestinal issues? Start by taking one teaspoon of kefir liquid and gauging your response. If you are able to, gradually increase the dose. What is the difference between kefir made with live kefir grains and commercial kefir? Kefir made with live grains is unprocessed and offers the full spectrum of beneficial bacteria and yeasts (averaging 30 to 40 strains). Commercial kefir which is typically sold in bottles or kefir starter packs is processed and will typically offer far less of the beneficial bacteria. How does water kefir compare to milk kefir? Milk kefir has far more strains of beneficial bacteria than water kefir. Water kefir has around 10 to 15 strains Do Kefir grains grow over time? Yes, they can be shared or eaten for an intense probiotic boost! What if I am not satisfied with my purchase? If, after getting my help, the kefir fails to ferment or if you are simply not satisfied with the purchase, message me and I will give you a full refund with no need to return anything. This covers a maximum of 4 packets of grains. What about Delivery? Items are dispatched on weekdays Mon to Fri and should be with you the next day if ordered before 3pm. Items are not dispatched on a Saturday as this would mean the kefir grains would take longer to arrive and they need to be in transit for as short a time as possible. You mention the grains are live. Can they become self aware? No. Condition: New, Brand: Premium Wellness, Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom, Sub-Type: Gut Health, Formulation: Kefir Grains in Milk, Unit Quantity: 5g, Purpose: Probiotic, Type: Healing, Packaging Type: Food Grade Mylar Pack, Works with Milk Types: Cows, Goats, Sheep, Almond, Coconut, Lactose Free, Extras: Colour Instructions, Muslin Cloth & Elastic Band

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