Complimentary Kefir Grains To Celebrate Launch Of Lovekefir.com E-Guide

Industry: Health and Nutrition

Urban health adventurers can now supercharge their digestive health, immunity and youthful good looks with the help of the new e-guide from LoveKefir.com – the little book of kefir.

London, UK (PRUnderground) August 20th, 2011

Urban health adventurers can now supercharge their digestive health, immunity and youthful good looks with the help of the new e-guide from LoveKefir.com – the little book of kefir.

UK purchasers of the little book of kefir will receive free kefir grains (while stocks last) to culture their own milk at home. The e-guide highlights the importance and specific benefits of probiotics, and showcases the convenience and nutrition of kefir.

LoveKefir.com founder Raw Jayne said: “Probiotic foods are full of friendly micro-organisms, and are a key pillar of nutrition. But they seem to be one of life’s best kept secrets. I continually come across people who do not eat any fermented or cultured foods. And they are out of control with sugar cravings and micronutrient deficiencies. We hope that many people will be inspired by the simple message of the little book of kefir to take a new turn in their wellbeing journey to eat more fermented foods and experience greater health.”

Pre-industrial people groups regularly ate fermented foods to increase nutrition, and preserve perishable foods, and to support the digestive system. And examples of those are still around today. These include yoghurt, kefir, sauerkraut, sorghum beer, ogi, sourdough bread, miso, tempeh, olives, ogi, kenkey, kimchi, injera, gherkins, cheese and matzoni.

The little book of kefir is a downloadable digital guide costs £10.00 and is available at lovekefir.com/the-guide.php

 

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