We’re pretty excited to introduce one of the newest members of our Nexba Beverage family… Our probiotic Kefir Strawberry & Peach Sparkling Infusion. It’s a true game changer!
Our 100% natural Kefir Water is brewed over 7 days and fermented from real kefir crystals. Much like all our Nexba beverages, our kefir drink is naturally sugar free, vegan friendly and contains nothing artificial whatsoever.
On top of that, it is loaded with live probiotics (500 million per bottle to be precise), so it is amazing for your gut health.
Before we delve deeper into the health benefits, let’s talk about what kefir actually is…
Kefir is a cultured, fermented drink that has a similar taste and texture to that of yoghurt. Similar to its sister-beverage, Kombucha, Kefir is made using a ‘starter’ that combines yeast, protein and bacteria.
Traditionally, kefir is made with dairy milk however it can also be made with plant-based milk alternatives such as oat, rice and/or coconut. Some kefir is made with coconut water which results in a thinner texture.
More on the health benefits of Kefir
Kefir has increased in popularity over the past few years mostly due to the growing awareness of its many health benefits. We’ve touched on a few of these benefits already including the fact it is loaded with nutrients and live probiotics. Some of the key nutrients include B vitamins, potassium (beneficial for heart health) and calcium (important for strong and healthy bones).
Kefir has become very popular amongst those who experience digestive complaints due to the impressive probiotic content. Probiotics help to support growth of healthy bacteria in the gut which in turn, prevents any imbalances (dysbiosis) from occurring. As well as being a fantastic preventative, kefir can also aid to relieve symptoms in many gut-related health conditions. Some of these conditions include Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), diarrhoea and urinary tract infections.
In addition to its vast digestive benefits, there have been studies to suggest that Kefir has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. There have also been studies conducted to indicate that kefir is helpful in lowering cholesterol and helping to support immune function.
Ways to consume Kefir
Now that you know just how good kefir is for your health, let’s talk about how you can incorporate this drink into your diet.
For more on food & drinks to eat that support your gut health (and overall health for that matter), read this article.
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