Kefir is a complex fermented milk product containing bacteria and yeast, and is recommended by Canada’s Food Guide for its calcium content. With over 37 billion bacteria per 100 ml more than any yogurt it’s the champagne of probiotic milk beverages.
The history and tradition of kefir are as old as its reputation as a health product. In the countries of the one-time Soviet Union, kefir was used to treat stomach ulcers, gastric illnesses, chronic enteritis, bronchitis and pneumonia.
As with most other probiotic products, a dose of kefir is recommended daily for its full benefits to take effect. You’ll be pleasantly surprised by its effervescence. Liberté Kefir contains 20 different kinds of bacteria and yeast. A single tablespoon (15 ml) a day yields 5 billion beneficial bacteria.
Kefir was the subject of a report on the Radio-Canada program L’Épicerie on Wednesday, March 24, 2010. Click the link to demystify kefir’s fabrication and probiotic content, and for some interesting recipe ideas.
There is something new in the organic dairy world! We are pleased to announce a major change for Liberté, one of the oldest packaging in the family gets a makeover! Liberté is proud to present the new image of its organic family products! Several new organic products will be launched soon, follow us on facebook/libertecan or by visiting this site to discover it!
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