If you want to take probiotics for your gut, then buying Yakult can be expensive.
So, instead, why not make your own KEFIR?
|From 'Homemade Mommy'|
Elly has looked into it and has mastered it.
It is a bit tricky at first but once you have worked it out, it is quite achievable and cheap as chips. You can eat the 'grains', make a milky drink or add it to cooking. (Introduce it slowly though to avoid some side effects!)
If you are a part of The Craft Group, Elly is happy to provide you with some Kefir grains to get you started.
I found this blog post from "Homemade Mommy" really informative. Read before you try. She has a link you can click on for an informative post on fermented foods in general and how they are good for you.
I am no expert on this topic, just sharing that Elly has some 'starter' grains if you are interested. But I am interested to know if anyone has any experience with Kefir? Please share...