3. Antibacterial Properties

Kefir contains many "friendly" bacteria, such as Lactobacillus, which can help your body resist unfriendly bacteria. Ingesting kefir on a daily basis can hinder persistent bacteria such as Escherichia Coli, Helicobacter Pylori, and Salmonella. While there have been few studies done to prove this particular benefit, the general health of Caucasus natives is attributed to its consumption, and kefir is regarded highly in natural health circles. Kefiran is another active ingredient of kefir and is potent medicine. It has been tested in the form of 70% pure externally applied gel, where it showed immaculate healing properties during a 7-day period of anti-skin lesion testing on rats.

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