Yogurt Starter for FERMENTATION kinetic culture DR MERCOLA 10 packets

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  • Eating yogurt is a great way to support your gut health. To get yogurt that’s full of live, active cultures, you need a starter culture that can produce trillions of beneficial bacteria. And since your yogurt can only be as “beneficial” as the bacteria strains it contains, what you add as your starter culture determines your finished product.
  • A yogurt starter is a precise, balanced blend of probiotic bacteria. Culture blends vary according to the bacteria strains they contain, so the starter you choose will determine the number of probiotic bacteria in the finished yogurt, as well as its flavor and thickness.
  • Kinetic Culture Yogurt Starter contains 5 strains of potent beneficial bacteria for yogurt fermentation: Lactobacillus acidophilus DDS®-1 Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. lactis Bifidobacterium lactis Streptococcus thermophilus

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Dr Mercola Kinetic Culture fermentation kit (100 Billion CFU Probiotics Per Serving)

Using a starter culture is such a key element when fermenting your own veggies. It can save you time, yield more consistent results, and can even help you increase the levels of certain nutrients and vitamins. We can’t stress enough the importance of using a high-quality culture starter. This may be difficult to determine because there is such a wide variety available. And often times, you won’t really know how well a starter culture works until you actually try it. Take the guesswork out of finding a high-quality starter culture with the starter culture – Kinetic Culture.

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  • Enjoyed by ancient cultures for centuries… from Rome… to India… to Ukraine, now you can benefit.*
  • History provides us a few clues on how different cultures supported their intestinal health before modern times. Years ago, people used fermented foods like yogurt and sauerkraut as food preservatives and as support for their intestinal and overall health.
  • Preparing cultured foods and beverages dates back to a time when people didn’t have advanced preservation methods available. Here are a few examples of how pre-modern diverse cultures enjoyed fermented foods (many still do today):

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