Turmeric ginger kefir is naturally fizzy and a little bit spicy, similar to sparkling cider water.
They are a natural supplier of Probiotics to our digestive tract. Probiotics refer to the healthy bacteria that usually feed on the “bad” unhealthy bacteria in our stomach and intestines. Bacterial overgrowth can lead to many illnesses some of which include fungi, yeast infections, indigestion, obesity, Irritable Bowel Syndrome + Crohn’s Disease, skin disorders, etc. By drinking water kefir you will bring the natural balance to your internal microflora. (source: 100percenthealth website)
How to drink:
It's smart to start anything new in small amounts (four ounces), kefir being no exception to that rule. You may drink as much as you wish eventually, being reasonable. A usual amount is around 1-4 cups daily. Balance is key to good health. Some people struggle with it at first possibly because of its acidic nature, carbonation, alcohol, or a large population of probiotics (or any combination of those). It is a wise idea, in this case, to take it slowly to let your body and digestion get acquainted with it. Start with 1/8 cup a day (you can even mix this into a full glass of water or fruit juice at first), then gradually increase to 1/4 for a week or so (maybe skipping a few days here and there to give your body a break). Most people find it helps to first try your kefir with meals, such as a little with lunch. (source: yemoos website)
Ingredient: Water Kefir, Turmeric and Ginger
- Cold storage 0-4 ℃ can be stored up to 14 days.
- Avoid direct sunlight or hot area.