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I'm thrilled to announce that Kombucha Kamp , my recommended source for all things Kombucha is now also selling fresh, live organic kefir grains ! You can find both milk kefir grains and water kefir grains here .

Previously I had only found reliable sources of dried kefir grains . But the problem with dried grains is that it takes a lot more time and work to get the grains back to health and up and producing like normal. Unfortunately, it's very common with dried grains that even when they get back to producing kefir, they don't multiply like the should. Meaning that something is not quite right, they are lacking in vitality. Now there are times when you may need to use dried kefir grains . But unless you absolutely have to I'd highly recommend going for the live grains instead.

In case you're new to kefir and want to find out more about it, or the differences between Milk Kefir and Water Kefir keep reading. I've given a description of both below.

Milk kefir , commonly known as simply, kefir, is a delicious and healthy probiotic milk drink, similar to yogurt but with even more health benefits. It's a great way to colonize the beneficial bacteria in your gut. It's been said that our health begins with our digestive system. A healthy digestive system allows us to extract and assimilate the nutrients in our food. The beneficial bacteria in our gut also produce some nutrients for our body through their normal metabolic processes, and help to eliminate pathogenic (bad) bacteria.

Kefir is even easier to make than yogurt. In fact, it has to be one of the easiest of all the fermented foods to make. You don't have to preheat the milk, and use a thermometer to cool it to just the right temperature, then keep it at the right temperature until the fermentation is complete. It's so easy, you just add milk and kefir grains and leave it out at room temperature for 24 hours.

Water kefir (also known as tibicos, ginger bug and African bees), makes a healthy vegan probiotic drink. Water kefir is a nice tasting, refreshing beverage made from water, sugar, water kefir grains and natural flavorings of your choice. The flavoring is where you get to be really creative. Water kefir usually ferments in 24-48 hours. Many people have used water kefir to break their soda addictions. Even kids tend to love water kefir .

I'm thrilled to announce that Kombucha Kamp , my recommended source for all things Kombucha is now also selling fresh, live organic kefir grains ! You can find both milk kefir grains and water kefir grains here .

Previously I had only found reliable sources of dried kefir grains . But the problem with dried grains is that it takes a lot more time and work to get the grains back to health and up and producing like normal. Unfortunately, it's very common with dried grains that even when they get back to producing kefir, they don't multiply like the should. Meaning that something is not quite right, they are lacking in vitality. Now there are times when you may need to use dried kefir grains . But unless you absolutely have to I'd highly recommend going for the live grains instead.

In case you're new to kefir and want to find out more about it, or the differences between Milk Kefir and Water Kefir keep reading. I've given a description of both below.

Milk kefir , commonly known as simply, kefir, is a delicious and healthy probiotic milk drink, similar to yogurt but with even more health benefits. It's a great way to colonize the beneficial bacteria in your gut. It's been said that our health begins with our digestive system. A healthy digestive system allows us to extract and assimilate the nutrients in our food. The beneficial bacteria in our gut also produce some nutrients for our body through their normal metabolic processes, and help to eliminate pathogenic (bad) bacteria.

Kefir is even easier to make than yogurt. In fact, it has to be one of the easiest of all the fermented foods to make. You don't have to preheat the milk, and use a thermometer to cool it to just the right temperature, then keep it at the right temperature until the fermentation is complete. It's so easy, you just add milk and kefir grains and leave it out at room temperature for 24 hours.

Water kefir (also known as tibicos, ginger bug and African bees), makes a healthy vegan probiotic drink. Water kefir is a nice tasting, refreshing beverage made from water, sugar, water kefir grains and natural flavorings of your choice. The flavoring is where you get to be really creative. Water kefir usually ferments in 24-48 hours. Many people have used water kefir to break their soda addictions. Even kids tend to love water kefir .

"No fat," "oat fiber," "multigrain flakes," "helps lower cholesterol." Cereal boxes make all kinds of claims to get you to pick them for your health.

Buyer beware... even cereals that include lots of fiber and whole grains usually have 3-4 teaspoons of sugar per cup of cereal.

"In fact, worldwide we are consuming about 500 extra calories a day from sugar. That's just about what you would need to consume if you wanted to gain a pound a week," Kristin Kirkpatrick, M.S., R.D., L.D, manager of Wellness Nutrition Services at Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, wrote in the HuffPost blog "10 Things You Don't Know About Sugar (And What You Don't Know Could Hurt You)."

Made whole grain and oat fibre that "helps lower cholesterol." Again this sounds like a food that will enhance your health, but take a look at the sugar in the nutritional facts:

Don't be fooled by these so-called healthy cereals. Read the nutritional labels first. With some searching at the grocery store, you can find an oat fiber, bran or whole grain cereal with no added sugar, or one with only one or two grams of sugar per cup. Add your own fruit and have a more honestly healthy breakfast cereal.

Made the old-fashioned way, oatmeal is an ideal breakfast cereal (you could even add your own quarter to half teaspoon of brown sugar if you wanted to or 1 portion of fruit and some cinnamon).   Oatmeal in instant packs with the food company adding the "fruit" typically contains 3 teaspoons of sugar per pack.   If you want to use the instant pack, use the plain packs and add your own fruit or small amount of brown sugar or cinnamon.

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I'm thrilled to announce that Kombucha Kamp , my recommended source for all things Kombucha is now also selling fresh, live organic kefir grains ! You can find both milk kefir grains and water kefir grains here .

Previously I had only found reliable sources of dried kefir grains . But the problem with dried grains is that it takes a lot more time and work to get the grains back to health and up and producing like normal. Unfortunately, it's very common with dried grains that even when they get back to producing kefir, they don't multiply like the should. Meaning that something is not quite right, they are lacking in vitality. Now there are times when you may need to use dried kefir grains . But unless you absolutely have to I'd highly recommend going for the live grains instead.

In case you're new to kefir and want to find out more about it, or the differences between Milk Kefir and Water Kefir keep reading. I've given a description of both below.

Milk kefir , commonly known as simply, kefir, is a delicious and healthy probiotic milk drink, similar to yogurt but with even more health benefits. It's a great way to colonize the beneficial bacteria in your gut. It's been said that our health begins with our digestive system. A healthy digestive system allows us to extract and assimilate the nutrients in our food. The beneficial bacteria in our gut also produce some nutrients for our body through their normal metabolic processes, and help to eliminate pathogenic (bad) bacteria.

Kefir is even easier to make than yogurt. In fact, it has to be one of the easiest of all the fermented foods to make. You don't have to preheat the milk, and use a thermometer to cool it to just the right temperature, then keep it at the right temperature until the fermentation is complete. It's so easy, you just add milk and kefir grains and leave it out at room temperature for 24 hours.

Water kefir (also known as tibicos, ginger bug and African bees), makes a healthy vegan probiotic drink. Water kefir is a nice tasting, refreshing beverage made from water, sugar, water kefir grains and natural flavorings of your choice. The flavoring is where you get to be really creative. Water kefir usually ferments in 24-48 hours. Many people have used water kefir to break their soda addictions. Even kids tend to love water kefir .

"No fat," "oat fiber," "multigrain flakes," "helps lower cholesterol." Cereal boxes make all kinds of claims to get you to pick them for your health.

Buyer beware... even cereals that include lots of fiber and whole grains usually have 3-4 teaspoons of sugar per cup of cereal.

"In fact, worldwide we are consuming about 500 extra calories a day from sugar. That's just about what you would need to consume if you wanted to gain a pound a week," Kristin Kirkpatrick, M.S., R.D., L.D, manager of Wellness Nutrition Services at Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, wrote in the HuffPost blog "10 Things You Don't Know About Sugar (And What You Don't Know Could Hurt You)."

Made whole grain and oat fibre that "helps lower cholesterol." Again this sounds like a food that will enhance your health, but take a look at the sugar in the nutritional facts:

Don't be fooled by these so-called healthy cereals. Read the nutritional labels first. With some searching at the grocery store, you can find an oat fiber, bran or whole grain cereal with no added sugar, or one with only one or two grams of sugar per cup. Add your own fruit and have a more honestly healthy breakfast cereal.

Made the old-fashioned way, oatmeal is an ideal breakfast cereal (you could even add your own quarter to half teaspoon of brown sugar if you wanted to or 1 portion of fruit and some cinnamon).   Oatmeal in instant packs with the food company adding the "fruit" typically contains 3 teaspoons of sugar per pack.   If you want to use the instant pack, use the plain packs and add your own fruit or small amount of brown sugar or cinnamon.




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