Miriam;39568 wrote: Hi,
You might want to think of mking your own. It actually only takes a few minutes daily. Culturesforhealth.com has great grains. They habe both water and milk kefir grains available. grains eat the sugars in both types of grains. It’s an experience worth partaking in.
Good luck !!!
Even making my own, it will still have a similar amount of sugar. Maybe a better way of posing my question is the following: we cut every other source of sugar from our diets, but we seem not to mind the sugar in kefir. Why is that? Sure, it contains beneficial strains but wouldn’t it be better to take a good probiotic capsule and have no sugar?