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Coconut Water Kefir Helps Improve Immune Function, Heal Gut, and Prevent Cancer Development! (Recipe)

Coconut water kefir is an excellent source of minerals, vitamins, and electrolytes. It is also abundant in vitamins K, C, E, A, B6, folates, Niacin, beta-carotene, Thiamin, Riboflavin, and pantothenic acid.

To explain you more deeply, it is an extremely beneficial pro-biotic beverage, even healthier than regular kefir since it does not have lactose or casein and lactose that are the problematic ingredients found in the regular dairy products.

So, they can improve the absorption of nutrients, thus significantly improving the digestive system function.

The health benefits of this incredible drink:

- Helps digestion

- Improves hydration

- Raises energy levels

- Extremely high in dietary minerals such as natural sodium, potassium, and chloride.

- Boosts immunity

- Relieves PMS symptoms

- Eliminates sugar cravings

- Improves vision

- Kills pathogenic yeasts in the body

The coconut water kefir can be actually prepared in three different ways: by using existing kefir as a starter, kefir grains, or a kefir starter culture. But, the most inexpensive way is to use kefir grains (either milk or water kefir grains).


- 7 cups fresh of coconut water

- 1 Ceylon cinnamon stick

- 5 tablespoons of water kefir grains


First of all, pour the coconut water into a 1/2 gallon jar, and then add the water kefir grains, and cover it loosely. Let it for about 48 hours, but no longer than that, because longer fermentation can result in explosion.

Once fermented, it gets a lighter color and when the culturing process ends, the kefir grains will rise up to the top. Afterwards, you should remove the grains, and they can be re-used again in case you immediately want to make another batch.

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