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YOGURT and KEFIR (Difference and its Benefits)

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 Kefir Probiotics Yogurt
Traditionally Home Cultured: Pure, Natural Machine Processed: Artificially Favored
Strength and colonizes the intestinal walls Transient: gone in 24 hours
Normalizes the over all functions of vital organs Only helps the digestive track
36-40 major kinds of healthy beneficial bacteria Just a few beneficial bacteria (3 to 5 kinds)
Naturally energy turbo booster Does not boost energy and stamina
Easier to digest Hard to digest
Conrols and eliminates destructive E.coli and parasites Just a mild drink with no anti bacterial properties
Superior curative and nutritional benefits Inferior healing and no curative benefits

 

YOGURT and KEFIR

Are both cultured milk products rich in protein, calcium, B vitamins and potassium are a source of probiotics, live organisms (like bacteria and yeast), when consumed in certain amounts, exert health benefits. 

Yogurt is an excellent source of “good” bacteria that is needed in the digestive tract and a Bulgarian yogurt is one of the best probiotics out there. Probiotic means ”for life” and refers to living organisms that can result in a health benefit when eaten in adequate amounts. while.  

Kefir is a cultured, fermented milk drink, originally from the mountainous region that divides Asia and Europe. It is similar to yogurt – but a drink, with a tart, sour taste and a slight ‘fizz’. Both are no different than milk that can good source of protein and calcium. However it has the added benefits of probiotics. Probiotics are known as ‘friendly bacteria’ that can ease IBS symptoms such as bloating and digestive distress in some people.

SOME BENEFITS OF EATING YOGURT / KEFIR

*Strengthens the immune system and helps prevents tumor growth.

*Its high concentration of calcium also helps against osteoporosis and reduces cholesterol levels.

*It reduces the risk of high blood pressure.

 

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