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Thank You Alexa, that is so great to know, reading the info on it, they mentioned to start out slowly because of your body getting use to it. I know there are more and different good bacteria in comparison to yoghurt, my immune system is somewhat compromised due to back surgery and was concerned to introduce it to something knew at this time. Thank You for your response! Blessings!
[QUOTE=tjlhb;4002963]Be careful of flavored versions; like yogurt, they may have undesirably large amounts of added sugar.[/QUOTE]

While I agree with you on that, I would think that drinking the unflavored varieties could be likened to drinking something that is the consistency of...oh I don't know...glue! Yuck! There are far worse things I could be drinking, IMO. A little added sugar in my Kefir isn't going to send me to my grave. ;)
[QUOTE=nscrbug;4002979]While I agree with you on that, I would think that drinking the unflavored varieties could be likened to drinking something that is the consistency of...oh I don't know...glue! Yuck! There are far worse things I could be drinking, IMO. A little added sugar in my Kefir isn't going to send me to my grave. ;)[/QUOTE]

Hmmm, eating or drinking plain kefir seems to me to be like eating or drinking thin plain yogurt. I actually like plain yogurt and plain kefir.

My suggestion is that if you want fruit flavored yogurt or kefir, buy plain and add whatever whole fruit you like (instead of heaps of added sugar found in preflavored versions).
It is very healthy! You can loose lots of weight as well replacing your dinner by kefir and drinking kefir after 6pm. It is very popular among Eastern European, they all dieting using this product.





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