When a person eats kefir, which is similar to yogurt, they can essentially speed up the digestion of lactose-based foods and drinks in their body. Its ingredients include live cultures that work to break the lactose down in their body and make it easier and more comfortable to digest. Kefir can be consumed in liquid form, making it a viable alternative to milk. The better a person's body handles it, the more Kefir they can drink.
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