Today, many have encountered the beneficial effects of Tibetan mushroom kefir. There is a growing interest in its preparation, procurement of kefir grains and its use in certain diseases. This natural antibiotic has a positive effect in the treatment of many health problems.
Kefir is a fermented milk beverage that has a refreshing acidic taste. Kefir grains or kefir culture are associated with their appearance on the cauliflower. They contain proteins, amino acids, lipids, polysaccharides, and have a large number of lactic acid bacteria, soybean yeast and acetic bacteria that reproduce in milk.
Many diseases start in the gut, so it is no wonder that kefir cures diseases because it has a very beneficial effect on the gut flora. Kefir is also considered the best anti-allergy agent as it acts as a natural antibiotic. It reduces inflammatory diseases such as arthritis and rheumatism and helps heal the body faster. Helps to use nutrients from food properly.
But that's not all. It also treats ulcer and gastritis, constipation and diarrhea and flatulence. In addition, it detoxifies the body and improves liver function, helps with heart disease and circulatory system disorders, has a beneficial effect on gallstones and lowers blood pressure and blood sugar and fat.
Kefir has long been proven to work against fungal diseases and stop the growth of malignant cells. Helps to lose weight because it normalizes metabolism. It works on asthma and bronchitis and skin problems such as psoriasis, and is good at combating depression and insomnia.
Since kefir is a natural probiotic, so food, you can consume it as much as you like. For therapeutic purposes, kefir can be drunk up to one liter a day. However, at the beginning of consuming kefir, it is advisable to start with a smaller dose to get the body used, so you can take a larger amount afterwards. Kefir is rapidly changing the composition of the intestinal flora. Useful bacteria will destroy those pathogens and get into their place. That's why some people have digestive problems at first, but they are transient.
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