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Perfect combo for your telomeres: kefir d'uva and happy music while rebounding.

October 6, 2014

Why is delicious kefir d'uva good for your telomeres?

Kefir is a delicious fermented drink which contains several times more probiotics than yoghurt. The average kefir drink contains over a dozens different strains of probiotic cultures.

This page is about one specific type of kefir: kefir d'uva, which is a delicious drink made by fermented organic grapes using kefir grains. With kefir d'uva, you are getting both amazing probiotic cultures and the goodness of fermented grapes.

To make kefir d'uva, we use kefir grains and organic black grapes which we turn into delicious grape juice in a Vitamix or other blender. Kefir grains are known as "SCOBY": "a Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria and Yeast". This Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria and Yeast consumes the sugar found in our organic grape juice and in turn produces several beneficial strains of probiotics.

Kefir d'uva, like other types of kefir, contains many times more probiotics than yoghurt, especially when we compare homemade kefir with commercially available yoghurt which is usually loaded with sugar.

Speaking of sugar, during the process of fermentation involving organic grape juice and kefir grains, the kefir grains feed on the sugars found in the juice, until most (80%-90%) of the sugars have been consumed by the kefir grains.

 

In the video below, I demonstrate how to make homemade kefir d'uva in your kitchen:

 

 

 

 

 

Perfect combo for your telomeres: kefir d'uva and happy music while rebounding on a mini-trampoline.

 

I like to do the following when I want to be good to my telomeres: rebounding on a mini-trampoline, with happy music in my ears and kefir d'uva in my belly!

All of the following are good for your telomeres: the rebounding exercise is good for your telomeres, the fast-paced dance music filling your brain with happy neurotransmitters (feeling happy is good for your telomeres), the 1% to 2% alcohol in the kefir d'uva is excellent for your telomeres. Scientist Aubrey De Grey, one of the foremost authorities on longevity and aging, is famous for often sipping a beer while giving lectures on longevity and telomeres.  

More info on how you can slow down the shrinking of your telomeres can be found on my "Longevity through telomeres extension" page.


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