Benefits of Lifeway Kefir

Our Lifeway Kefir is loaded with love. We love your microbiome with 12 live and active probiotic cultures. We love your bones with up to 390mg of calcium and 3.8mcg of vitamin D per serving. We love your muscles with up to 10g of protein per serving. We love your heart with kefir that is up to 99% lactose free. We love that Lifeway Kefir has benefits for your body that you can’t get anywhere else. Check out the list of some of Lifeway Kefir’s benefits below.


1. Probiotic Powerhouse

Lifeway Kefir is a rich source of probiotics, with over 12 different strains of beneficial bacteria. These probiotics help to maintain a healthy balance of gut flora, which is essential for proper digestion and overall gut health. Regular consumption of Lifeway Kefir could help to improve digestion, reduce bloating, and alleviate symptoms of conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

2. Immune Support

A strong immune system is key to staying healthy, and Lifeway Kefir can help to support your immune system. The probiotics in Lifeway Kefir have been shown to enhance the immune response, helping your body to fight off infections and illnesses more effectively.


3. Versatile in recipes 

Lifeway Kefir is incredibly versatile and can be used in a variety of recipes. Its tangy flavor and creamy texture make it a great addition to smoothies, dressings, marinades, and baked goods. Plus, it can be enjoyed on its own or with your favorite toppings for a nutritious and delicious snack or breakfast option. Check out some recipes below.

4. Nutrient-Rich

In addition to probiotics, Lifeway Kefir is also rich in nutrients such as calcium, protein, and vitamins D and K. Calcium is essential for strong bones and teeth, while protein is important for muscle repair and growth. Vitamins D and K play a role in bone health and immune function.

5. High in Protein

Our Lifeway Kefir is loaded with muscle-building protein and vitamin D for recovery. This is the cornerstone of a good workout. Research indicates that these live cultures may help reduce inflammation while supporting immunity and mental wellness. Our bodies need protein in our diet to stay healthy. Protein gives us the amino acids necessary to help build and repair muscles and increase muscle mass and strength. Protein may also improve immunity, support digestion, help to regulate hormone balance, aid in blood health, and work to fortify bones. Learn more here.


6. Skin Health

Your skin is a reflection of your internal health, and Lifeway Kefir can help to promote healthy skin from the inside out. The probiotics in Lifeway Kefir help to balance the bacteria on your skin, reducing the risk of acne and other skin conditions. Learn more here. 

7. Great on the go 

Our 3.5oz and 8oz bottles are are available in a variety of flavors and slip easily into your pocket or backpack for microbiome support on-the-go. Lifeway kefir is loaded with energizing protein and vitamin D, and boasts 12 live and active probiotics.

8. Mood Booster

There is growing evidence to suggest that the gut-brain connection plays a role in mental health, and Lifeway Kefir may help to support a healthy mood. The probiotics in Lifeway Kefir can help to reduce inflammation in the gut, which has been linked to depression and anxiety. Learn more here.


9. Great for Pre-Post Workout

The secret to a great workout or competing successfully in an athletic event may come down to the foods you choose. Consuming Lifeway Kefir takes it a step further, as it’s a nutrient-dense source of probiotics, giving our body the fuel and microbiome support it needs for peak performance. Research is finding that those who include kefir in their recovery plan may have less muscle soreness and damage, as well as a decrease in overall inflammation and stress. Learn more here. 

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