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Also Known As : Kephir


Taste Profile

It has a distinctive taste, it is little bit sour in taste and deliciously creamy.

Usage Tips

  1. It is consumed as a cold beverage.
  2. It can also be mixed into smoothies, poured over cereal or granola or used in baked goods.
  3. It can also be used in place of milk on cereal, granola, milkshakes, salad dressing, ice cream, smoothies and soup.
  4. It should be stored in the refrigerator.


Kefir is a fermented milk drink same as yogurt. Kefir is bascially made up of gelatinous yellow and white particles called “grains.” These grains contain the yeast/bacteria mixture clumped together with casein (milk proteins) and complex sugars. It can be made from any type of milk, cow, goat or sheep, coconut, rice or soy. Kefir look like pieces of coral and range from the size of a grain of wheat to that of a hazelnut. Kefir has its origins in the Caucasus Mountains of Russia. It can smell like contemporary yeast.

Health benefits

  • Kefir contains many compounds and nutrients, like biotin and folate, which helps to boost immune system.(1)
  • It contain vitamin K2, which is essential in improving bone health and density.(1)
  • It helps to reduce the risk of respiratory issues like allergies and asthma.(1)
  • It helps to improves digestion due to the probiotic content present in it.(2)
  • It contain potassium which helps to lower the blood pressure.(2)


Kefir might cause constipation and abdominal cramping. People with a weakened immune system should avoid the use of Kefir. (3)

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