Kefir and Candida

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    mamamary
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    I have recently started reading posts on hear and seems everyone is talking about Kefir being a
    necessity to rid yourself of Candida. I researched how to make at home, and I know my dislike for milk will not allow me to drink, eat or even look at Kefir. What other options do I have? I do like yogurt, but seems it has carbs/sugar in it as well, so can’t have.
    Thank you so much for any advice you may give.

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    serenedream
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    mamamary;38069 wrote: I have recently started reading posts on hear and seems everyone is talking about Kefir being a
    necessity to rid yourself of Candida. I researched how to make at home, and I know my dislike for milk will not allow me to drink, eat or even look at Kefir. What other options do I have? I do like yogurt, but seems it has carbs/sugar in it as well, so can’t have.
    Thank you so much for any advice you may give.

    Greek yogurt is actually recommended on the diet (after about a month on the diet) as it is a probiotic. I like Fage plain nonfat Greek yogurt. I, too, wasn’t thrilled about kefir, but am forcing myself to drink because it’s for my health and that is more important [to me].

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    shayfo
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    You can also make kefir from coconut milk, coconut water, or sugar and water. I don’t drink dairy kefir at all.

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    raster
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    It doesn’t taste like milk, it basically tastes like liquid sour yogurt.

    -raster

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    Miriam
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    Hi,

    There are some great videos on you-tube on all kinds of kefir. I have watched lots of them. You’ll find lots of recipes also. Culturesforhealth.com has great videos on all kinds of kefir and you can buy your grains from them. I did.
    Miriam

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