While kefir has been around for thousands of years, it's actually one of the best kept weight loss secrets -- but most people don't realize that there are two types of kefir and when you drink each depends on the state of your digestive health. The two types of kefir are:
Calming, soothing milk kefir has been shown in recent studies to help with weight loss and maintenance.2 Keep in mind that we recommend you don’t add milk kefir to your diet until you’ve completed the initial, healing stages of the Body Ecology program (called “stage 1”), so that you can build up beneficial dairy-loving bacteria first.
You can start drinking Young Coconut Kefir right away to get the benefits of healthy probiotics. In addition, this will help re-populate your intestines with dairy-loving bacteria. Then add the milk kefir a little bit each day to “train” your microflora to the new dairy food and your chances of digesting it will be much better.
With milk kefir and Young Coconut Kefir, you get the beneficial bacteria and yeast that researchers are finding so crucial to immunity, weight loss and maintenance. And just for a fringe benefit, both milk kefir and Young Coconut Kefir have beauty and anti-aging benefits too!
Your body craves balance, above all else.
When it is NOT getting the proper nutrition, your entire system falls out of balance, and pathogenic bacteria and yeast, like candida begin to dominate your gut.
These pathogenic microflora thrive on processed foods and sugar, and can create powerful cravings for more food. Your stomach may be full, but your body is hungry, because it isn’t getting and absorbing the nutrients it desperately needs.
A vicious cycle of cravings, eating, more pathogen overgrowth, and weight gain ensues.
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