What are Active Milk Kefir Grains?

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Active Milk Kefir Grains come in a fresh state with little milk added in it so that they don't die. It is easier and quick to make kefir with active grains, whereas dehydrated grains take a week for activation. But, the process of making milk kefir is same for active and dehydrated.

What is the fermentation time for active Milk Kefir Grains?

The fermentation time is longer in Winter which is approximately 2-3 days depending on your city's weather condition. In Summer, it takes a day to ferment. 

Which milk should be added in making Milk Kefir?

It is advised to use fresh boiled milk every time when you make a batch of  Kefir. When adding milk, make sure that you don't add warm milk as it will make your grains dead. AVOID using Pasteurized milk, we prefer that you use Raw milk because it comes with its own set of beneficial bacteria, and if your milk is a few days old or wasn't chilled down quickly enough, that bacterial count can be high. This means that the bacteria in the milk may provide some competition for the milk kefir grains, making it more difficult to culture the milk properly.

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Where can you buy active milk kefir grains in Pakistan?

You can buy best active milk kefir grains at the best rates only at the Nature's Store.

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What are the benefits of drinking Milk Kefir?

1. Rich in nutritional value. A 6-ounce (175-ml) serving of low-fat kefir contains;

  • Protein: 4 grams
  • Calcium: 10% of the RDI
  • Phosphorus: 15% of the RDI
  • Vitamin B12: 12% of the RDI
  • Riboflavin (B2): 10% of the RDI
  • Magnesium: 3% of the RDI
  • A decent amount of Vitamin D

2. Kefir is more powerful probiotic than yogurt. Therefore, a lot of people around the world are curing their gut health through Kefir.

3. Certain probiotics in kefir are believed to protect against infections.

4. Kefir is very beneficial for bone health and Osteoporosis. 

5. The Probiotics in Kefir are very helpful for your digestion.

6. Kefir is low in Lactose. The lactic acid bacteria in fermented dairy foods — like kefir and yogurt — turn the lactose into lactic acid, so these foods are much lower in lactose than milk.

7. Kefir may help in improving Allergy and Asthma symptoms.





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