Since being introduced to this product by my fantastic hairdresser Rose of Rose’s Hair Salon in Hereford, my African hair Guru, I have found a new addiction.
It may be an acquired taste for some, but if you love plain yoghurt then you are all good. It is like a liquid yoghurt that you can you pour over muesli, fruit or just drink plain like I do most days.
The most potent Probiotic, it contains 30 different microorganisms, supports bone health, helps with asthma and allergies and on the long list of many beneficial qualities is tolerated by most people who are lactose intolerant.
There are many studies who link mental health to stomach health and for such a price, it is a win win situation.
I often wander from shop to shop exploring prices and products since we have an abundance of Polish shops in our city who seem to be having their own price battles.
Yesterdays bottle cost me .69p at Kubuc (big green sign) across from Tesco. I hope I have the shop name correct as I am struggling with these names. Time to educate oneself of course. The usual price is .99p which is a fair price indeed.
You can also make your own Kefir with plenty of recipes online.
Review by Michelle Cuadra, Creative Director, Culture, Food and Fashion Blogger/Writer