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February 18, 2020 17 min
Kefir is preferred drink of ancient cultures around the World. Its unique Bulgarian
bacterial culture is able to more completely digest the lactose in the milk. (Lactose is indigestible by most Americans and many other nationalities.) Most lactose-intolerant individuals are able to easily digest fresh kefir. In addition, the kefir molecules are much smaller and therefore, easier to absorb. Kefir also provides large amounts of natural highly active, probiotic “good” bacteria for the intestines – an important nutrient for daily immune protection in today’s infection-rampant society.

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