Readers of GHN will appreciate another interesting blog post (see below my entry) about kefir, gut flora, and metabolic issues. Taking a look on Pubmed’s site, I’m reading more and suggesting
Kefir can be found in most grocery stores. It’s also extremely cheap and easy to . Some people , others . All you need is a mason jar and a , to separate the grains from the kefir before phentermine every batch is ready to drink. The beauty of it is the grains just keep getting larger as you make more ferments, so you can share them with friends, or eat them on their own for a probiotic superfood.
If you’re interested in learning more about the connection between GI health and glucose control, . Just keep in mind if you’re diabetic, it’s important to speak to your doctor before making any adjustments to your treatment plan. Chances are they’ll suggest paying closer attention to readings during any dietary changes.
Now, here’s the article that caught my attention, reblogged from another WordPress site. Enjoy!