You probably already know about the health benefits of yogurt, but did you know you can get them in a drink as well? Many people consider Kefir to be a healthier and more powerful version of yogurt. So let’s take a closer look at this high nutritional product!
Kefir is a unique cultured dairy product that is one of the most probiotic rich foods on the planet and has incredible medicinal benefits for healing issues like leaky gut.
Did you know that it is originated from parts of Eastern Europe and Southwest Asia? To be more specific, the name is derived from the Turkish word “keyif”, which means “feeling good” after eating. 
If you are into healthy living and incorporate superfoods as close to “alive” as possible in your diet, then you must enter Kefir definitely in your daily program!
It’s about as alive-and-kicking as food comes. This tangy, tart, yogurt-like drink is teeming with good bacteria and yeast, it contains more friendly probiotics than regular yogurt. 
Because of kefir’s unique set of nutrients, it has nutrients that have been show to benefit health in many ways. This superfood contains high levels of vitamin B12, calcium, magnesium, vitamin K2, biotin, folate, enzymes and probiotics.
The health benefits of Kefir range from improving digestive disorders and bone health, having anti-bacterial properties, reducing allergies and asthma. It is something you would want to incorporate in your daily diet and get on a healthy life.
We can guess that your thoughts are wandering around the calories! You shouldn’t… This magic drink is coming with about 100 calories, 7-8 grams of carbs and 3-6 grams of fat, depending on the type of milk that is used.
After these news, head to the dairy aisle!
At Divani Apollon Palace & Thalasso we are using in many recipes kefir and of course for refreshing smoothies .
For more information on our DivineYou programs please visit www.divaniapollonthalasso.com.
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