Kefir contains beneficial live bacteria that can colonize the intestinal tract and beneficial
yeasts that dominate, control and eliminate destructive yeasts in the body.
The small curd size of kefir makes it easy to digest and it also contains lactase, the enzyme needed to digest lactose as well as many vitamins and minerals including calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, Vitamin B2 and B12, vitamin K, vitamin A and vitamin D. It also contains Tryptophan, and essential amino acid known for it's relaxing effect on the nervous system.
The naturally occurring bacteria and yeast in kefir make it a complex symbiosis of beneficial bacterias and yeasts that combine to give superior health benefits when consumed regularly.
Milk Kefir grains are a live culture that will last forever provided they are well cared for. In a short period of time well cared for kefir grains will multiply so will you will have more than enough for your own use as well as extra to share with family and friends. You will only ever need to purchase kefir grains once, care for them correctly and they will last forever.
1 Tablespoon of fresh milk kefir grains is enough to ferment up to 1 cup of milk every 12 to 24 hours.
These grains have been grown in pasteurized cow's milk and will successfully ferment any fresh, raw or pasteurized, cow's or goat's milk into a healthy kefir drink packed with over 30 strains of beneficial bacterias and yeasts.
Order Your Fresh Milk Kefir Grains Here
Your purchase will include -
1 Teaspoon/2 Teaspoons/1 Tablespoon/2 Tablespoons/4 Tablespoons of fresh milk kefir grains
1 cloth to cover your fermenting jar.
Instructions and Tips on how to ferment milk with the grains to produce your own healthy kefir.
Ongoing support via email to help you get the most from your kefir grains.
For complete step-by-step instructions with pictures on making your own kefir, visit - Kefir Making Instructions.
Available in Australia only.
The kefir grains are double-bagged in ziplock bags, wrapped in bubblewrap for protection, and wrapped in foil to help provide insulation.
Instructions and tips on fermenting your kefir, and a cloth to cover your fermenting jar are included.