I have been pondering for a while the benefits of probiotic supplementation when one can drink kefir.
I get that it’s typically the more the merrier, but surely kefir should always take priority over probiotic supplements? Not only are there vastly more bacteria in a glass of kefir than a probiotic capsule, but there is a vastly greater diversity of yeast and bacteria, not to mention antifungal medium chain fatty acids.
When I’m drinking a litre of kefir a day, which can contain up to 1 trillion microorganisms of 47 different strains cultured in a symbiotic environment, a manufactured 10×25 billion capsule sort of falls by the wayside.
What do you guys think?
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