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The health benefits of cultured milk drinks such as kefir have been established over many centuries. Naturally high in protein and calcium, they are packed with essential vitamins (including B12 and B2) and contain billions of gut-friendly bacteria (including Bifidobacterium, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus casei and Lactobacillus rhamnosus). These drinks are naturally low in lactose and gluten free, with absolutely no added sugar. They contribute to: Supporting digestion If you’re lactose intolerant or want to ensure that your digestive system is resilient to the effects of stress, illness or antibiotics, the natural gut-friendly bacteria in Kefir, combined with the vitamins and minerals, help to rebalance the gut flora in your stomach. A healthy immune system We all feel a little run down every now and again – Kefir is a quick, simple way to pick yourself back up. The gut-friendly bacteria and B vitamins contribute to the normal function of the immune system. 60% – 80% of our immune system is located in our guts after all! Weight management Maintaining or losing weight can often be a challenge. Cultured milk drinks will make you feel contentedly full and help you live a healthier lifestyle. Reduction of tiredness As our lives get busier, it’s important to keep our energy levels consistent. The natural B vitamins and essential amino acids in cultured milk drinks help to reduce tiredness, so you feel full of energy, all day and every day. Maintenance of normal bones, teeth, muscle function, skin and vision Thanks to the high quality milk and authentic live cultures, Kefir is an excellent source of calcium, phosphorus and B vitamins. These help our bodies, and our skin in particular, deal with the daily stresses of life, helping us look as youthful as we all feel! Recovery after exercise Kefir is also an excellent post workout drink due to its high protein content, protein contributes to a growth in muscle mass

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