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9/15/13 5:22 P

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Sad there was not answer from Rebecca as I'd love to know if there should be a limit to the amount of kefir one drinks/eats. If I have a glut - been away or something - I make cheese balls and they are very more-ish but on the whole I stick to my half pint or so on my cereal in the morning. I have to make more now as my two black labs and one of the cats queue up for their share every day. The other cat doesn't want to know...


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10/27/12 5:49 A

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So, Rebecca, a few more weeks into fermenting- how goes it? Have the symptoms eased at all, or did you reduce/remove the kefir from your routine?
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10/7/12 6:42 P

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I used to drink tons of kefir, but it was years ago, when I was at school. Well, kefir in my country is available in every store, big and small. Cheap source of valuable protein.College students drink a lot of this stuff. It is usually between 1 and 2 % of fat.
I don't drink it anymore, because if i eat dairy in any form I am unable to lose any weight and my appetite ( already very good) increases.



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I like Dom's comments about having regular 'ferment' holidays, to give your body time to adjust and recover from the onslaught of goodness!

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Never thought about taking it in smaller amounts - the kombucha, I was told to start small, but I figured the kefir was like yogurt and I eat lots of that. I will cut down on the kefir. I use it in my smoothies and baking other things. My daughter started it with 3% milk, I think I will cut it back to 1% milk, that might help too.


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As with all fermented foods, I'd recommend you work slowly and carefully towards a full quota of Kefir- after all, if you're new to it, your gut will be in shock with all the new bacterias and yeasts that are bombarding it! I drink just less than half a pint in a smoothie each morning, but It took me a few months before I was used to it. Before that, I had been drinking kombucha for at least 3/4 years, so my body had started to be colonised.
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when you say "a lot of kefir" how much is that? I am not sure how many calories are in kefir but I image much the same as in liquid yoghurt so it is unlikely to be calories. Do you add anything to it? I suppose it is possible you might be having a reaction to the milk element...


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So I have been gaining weight the last few months - I haven't really changed anything in diet or exercise, I was maintaining the weight and not losing before.
Now I feel bloated all the time and just not well.
The only thing I can think of is that I am drinking and using a lot of kefir. Is it possible I am having too much kefir?

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