What is kefir?
How to make kefir
Care of kefir
List of kefir probiotics,
List of diseases that kefir can treat or improve
Kefir is a rich in calcium and phosphorus, and high lean protein content.
Kefir is a great source of tryptophan.
The bioactive compounds (healthy bacteria) found in kefir help develop and maintain a healthy gut flora and good digestion.
Those who are lactose intolerant or are vegan can also benefit from consuming kefir made out of plant sources such as soy, rice, coconut, almond etc.
Kefir has many reputed health benefits. It has antibiotic and antifungal properties. It's been used in the treatment of a variety of conditions, including metabolic disorders, atherosclerosis, and allergies, tuberculosis, cancer, poor digestion, candidiasis, osteoporosis, hypertension, HIV and heart disease. You might find it odd that that a drink containing yeasts would be good for treating candidiasis but it has been helpful to many people, both by restoring a better balance to the gut flora and because some elements of the microflora will kill off Candida Albicans. Not all yeasts are harmful.