For Stronger Immune System – Use the Coconut Water to Make Kefir
Water of the coconut is rich with nutritive values. It consists a lot of minerals, vitamins and electrolytes.
It is full of organic compounds that are essential for normal growth and nutrition and are required in small quantities in the diet because they cannot be synthesized by the body like, for example, folic acid, vitamins K, C, E, A, B6, beta-carotene, Niacin, Riboflavin, Thiamin and pantothenic acid.
It is highly valued as a probiotic, a substance that stimulates the growth of microorganisms, especially those with beneficial properties, such as those of the intestinal flora.
The coconut water kefir is considered to be even more beneficial for human’s healthiness than the ordinary kefir because it is lactose and casein free.
These components are found in milk, and are known as “the problematic substances” of the milky products. Lactose is the sugar found in milk and casein is one of the major proteins.
Intolerances to both lactose and casein are prevalent and can cause a number of unpleasant side effects.
Subsequently, the kefir made of this water can enhance the absorption of supplements and, accordingly, improve the process of digestion.
Here are Some of the Medical Advantages of this “Worth of Attention” Beverage
- Hydrates the body, which sometimes helps to reduce the concentration of toxic substances in the tissues;
- Consisting great amount of nutritive minerals as potassium, natural sodium, chloride, it improves the normal work of the system of digestion;
- Reduces the premenstrual symptoms;
- Stimulates the immune system
- Gives body strength and vitality
- Improves vision
- Eliminates disease causing fungus
- Reduces the desire for sugar
The coconut water kefir can be produced in three different ways: by utilizing kefir grains, utilizing existing kefir as a starter or a kefir starter culture.
Be that as it may, the most cheap alternative is to utilize kefir grains (either water or milk kefir grains).
What you Need?
- Five tablespoons of water kefir grains
- Seven cups of coconut water
- One cinnamon stick
How to Make it?
Mix all three ingredients into ½ gallon jar and close the jar with a lid, but loosely. Let it rest for 2 days and 2 nights (do not leave it longer then this because the longer fermentation can cause explosion).
When the fermentation period ends, the liquid will turn brighter in colour and you will know that the culturing process ended when you see the kefir grains resting or moving on the top of the surface of the liquid without sinking. In this phase, take out the grains. Use the same grains if you want to repeat the process.