An Interesting Difference Between Yogurt vs. Kefir

An Interesting Difference Between Yogurt vs. Kefir

An Interesting Difference Between Yogurt vs. Kefir

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hey guys I want to talk about a confusion that relates to yogurt versus kefir right number one yogurt really only helps you clean the colon and provides food for the existing microbes that are in the colon already it does not provide more bacteria into your colon so it cleans the colon it provides food okay that’s it on the other hand kefir which is a different product but similar does a lot more it actually helps you grow new colonies of friendly bacteria it helps you grow new colonies of friendly yeast yeah I know you have friendly yeast in your body when you don’t have enough from the east you get the unfriendly yeast and Candida is a type of yeast so you can get these infections you can get these problems in the private parts you can have problems in overgrowth like the white tongue syndrome you can have unfriendly yeast in your enlarged intestine so there’s a lot of different issues that can happen so keeper has a lot of different strains that you can set back into your deep areas of your colon to start to rid the unfriendly bacteria and unfriendly yeast so it cleans it up it’s pretty cool especially in the deep mucous membranes of the body the other thing that’s interesting about kefir is that it adds more nutrients to the body way more than yogurt so it actually increases tryptophan which is amino acid that helps sleeping that helps your cognitive state it helps anxiety it helps even cravings to chocolate because tryptophan turns into serotonin which is a which is the hormone tryptophan is basically amino acid so that’s why in your gut there’s a lot of connection between your gut and your brain so if your gut is doing well you’re going to your moods going to be better you’re not going to have as much anxiety you’re going to feel calmer very important but if you have a lot of digestive issues good luck now the other thing is that it will provide calcium magnesium and phosphorus b12 vitamin b1 so there’s a lot of great nutrients kefir is much easier to digest so it’s really good for an in pintor a baby and also the elderly okay much easier to digest than yogurt also yogurt is pretty pretty high in sugar and then also kefir is the best remedy for Candida that I know about so if you’re going to consume either one of these I would do this one here you know you don’t need much and small amounts make sure it’s plain make sure it’s not low-fat make sure it’s whole milk and if you have an allergy that could be a problem so find another way to do it but keeper is a really good product to help your digestion thanks for watching hey guys thank you so much for watching please click the subscribe button and I will see you in the next video

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Dr. Berg talks about the difference between yogurt and kefir.
Yogurt:
*Helps clean the colon
*Provides food for the bacteria

Kefir:
*Helps grow new colonies of bacteria and yeast
*Helps kill unfriendly bacteria and yeast
*Adds more nutrients
*Best remedy for candida

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