Kefir

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Kefir is a type of fermented milk that has recently begun to spread around the world, due to its impressive nutrient profile and anecdotal health benefits. Kefir has been linked to lower lipid profiles, meaning that the body either uptakes less or is able to burn it more efficiently, rather than storing it as cholesterol. Kefir is also a rich source of probiotics, which can optimize the function of the gut and ensure that our nutrient uptake is regulated. This means a lower chance of developing diabetes, which is commonly connected to hyperlipidemia.

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