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Children and Probiotics

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"Can children take probiotics? How much should they start off with?" See what Craft & Culture has to say about starting your children off on their probiotics journey in life.

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Seasonal Launch! Refreshing Lychee Milk Kefir!

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Think Lychee, think succulent, refreshing, sweet! We acquired a big batch of juicy lychees.  As the saying goes, "When you get lychees, you make lychee milk kefir!" - Zhiwei (that's me!) Therefore, we have launched a seasonal flavour - the refreshing Lychee Whole Milk Kefir. Lychee is a wonderful fruit with plenty of health benefits, including its ability to aid in weight loss, protect the skin, boost the immune system, prevent cancer, improve digestion, build strong bones, lower blood pressure, defend the body against viruses, improve circulation and optimize metabolic activities. Lychee is packed with vitamins, minerals and nutrients, including vit...

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Milk Kefir Bowls – How to assemble them for Brekkie!

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Milk Kefir Bowls – How to assemble them for Brekkie! Are you racking your brains to think of what to eat for breakfast? There’s a saying that whatever looks good is bound to be unhealthy. I beg to differ on that point. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day! When you start off the day with a healthy and appetising breakfast, it fills you with zest and energy until the end of it! I get inspiration from the internet (think… yummy food pics!) to recreate my brekkie! And pretty food makes my children finish their breakfast doubly fast!...

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Does Fermented Food Such as Kombucha and Kefir Help with IBS?

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Does Fermented Food Such as Kombucha and Kefir Help with IBS? IBS is a functional gastrointestinal disorder which is getting increasingly common. It may be due to the diet that we have been subjecting ourselves to.  IBS is characterised by chronic and relapsing symptoms. The symptoms include lower abdominal pain and discomfort, bloating, wind, distension and altered bowel habit (ranging from diarrhoea to constipation) but with no abnormal pathology. If you suspect that you have IBS, you should get yourself diagnosed by a medical practitioner. IBS is diagnosed by exclusion. Therefore, the doctor will perform tests to rule out other medical...

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