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KEFIR FOR BALANCED BLOOD PRESSURE Since high blood pressure increases your risk of serious problems like heart attack and stroke, it’s something you want to address immediately. Your doctor might put you on blood pressure medication to drive that high BP down, but some of these medications come with side effects. Plus, you may not want to be stuck taking meds for the rest of your life. Luckily, it is possible to control high blood pressure without medication. Simple lifestyle changes like losing weight, trimming fat on your waistline, exercising daily, eating healthy and cutting back on alcohol, caffeine and stress can have an amazing effect on your blood pressure. But there may be another simple, delicious way to support healthy blood pressure… Drink a daily glass of kefir. Fermented dairy does your blood pressure good- A recent study from researchers at Auburn University in Alabama and the University of Vila Velha in Brazil found that the fermented dairy beverage kefir could help manage high blood pressure by improving communication between the gut and the brain. Why did kefir bring their high BP down? Well, previous research shows that sometimes a bacterial imbalance in the gut can cause high blood pressure. And studies also show that probiotic supplements can improve blood pressure. So, it makes sense that this fermented, probiotic-rich drink would do the same. But the benefits of kefir went beyond blood pressure… Researchers also found that kefir decreases endotoxin in the blood and improves better intestinal permeability . Intestinal permeability refers to your intestines’ ability to allow some substances to pass through to the rest of your body, while blocking bad bacteria and other harmful substances from doing the same. When your intestinal permeability gets out of whack, the bad stuff finds its way into your blood and can create inflammation that leads to disease. This is called leaky gut syndrome. Researchers also found that kefir restored the balance of four healthy bacteria in the gut and an enzyme in the brain that promotes a healthy nervous system. That’s why they believe kefir may lower blood pressure by improving communication between the gut and the brain. Probiotics have an impact on the gut and the brain, and the gut and brain both have an impact on blood pressure. Adding kefir to your diet- There’s plenty of research in humans showing that eating (or drinking) foods rich in probiotics can improve blood pressure. If you do decide to try it, make sure to buy one without added sugar. Thus, other probiotics which have added sugar might not be the best choice. You don’t want too much of the sweet stuff to counteract the health benefits of this fermented drink.
Why the most powerful probiotic, Kefir, brought to you by KefirCo, is the elixir your skin has been asking for! New research shows that the likes of eczema, psoriasis, rosacea and acne are not actually skin conditions but autoimmune disorders that sit in the gut. So, it appears kefir has the potential to significantly re-populate gut bacteria and thus heal the skin. Many people have, to some extent, some level of microbiome damage due to antibiotics, sugar and stress. On the skin, this can appear as eczema, psoriasis, rosacea or acne; in your brain, it shows up as anxiety or depression; in the nervous system it can appear as fatigue; in the gut, it manifests as pain, bloating, food allergies or IBS and in your sinuses it shows up as allergies. In short, in order to heal the skin, you have to heal the gut, and kefir has been proven to do precisely this. Choose any of our five delicious variants: Spring Water kefir, A2 Organic milk kefir, Goat milk kefir, Coconut water kefir or Cinnamon coconut water kefir, and get on the path that leads you straight to glowing skin!
While it is 90 percent water, our star probiotic Kefir is one of the richest sources of healthy bacteria and fungi which not only play an important part in strengthening your immune system, but it is also loaded with nutrients. Kefir is an important source of minerals, electrolytes and vitamins. It also contains some protein, fat and sugar. Analysis by the United States, Department of Agriculture shows that a typical sample of kefir may contain more than 30 nutrients. Analysis of a 100gm sample of kefir: Water 90.07 grams Net carbohydrate 4.48 grams Total sugar 4.61 grams Protein 3.79 grams Total fat 0.93 grams Energy 41 kcal Minerals Calcium 130 mg Potassium 164 mg Phosphorus 105 mg Magnesium 12 mg Sodium 40 mg Zinc 0.46 mg Iron 0.04 mg Vitamins Vitamin C 0.2 mg Niacin 0.150 mg Riboflavin 0.135 mg Vitamin B-6 0.058 mg Thiamin 0.030 mg Vitamin E 0.02 mg Vitamin A (RAE) 171 µg Vitamin A (IU) 569 IU Folate 13 µg Vitamin B-12 0.29 µg Vitamin D 41 IU Vitamin D (2+3) 1.0 µg Vitamin K 0.1 µg Lipids Total saturated fatty acids 0.658 g Total monounsaturated fatty acids 0.310 g Total polyunsaturated fatty acids 0.053 g Total trans fatty acids 0.037 g Cholesterol 5 mg Source: USDA, National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference Need more reason? Gift your loved ones the best gift you ever could - the gift of good health. Get a subscription today!
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