Problems with digestion?Here is How to Make Coconut Milk Kefir [Video]

Coconut milk kefir is perfect solution for those who can’t drink “regular” milk, for those who don’t like the taste or for those who choose not to drink it.

We all know that coconuts are very healthy fruit. So, why don’t we try making delicious kefir with coconut milk? We will present you very simple recipe that you’ll simply love it.

How to Make Coconut Milk Kefir

Why Kefir?

Kefir is actually a very healthful drink. It simply does wonders for our digestive system. The digestive system works to transform the food we eat into energy and nutrients our body needs. Its role is also to get rid of waste. When the digestive system doesn’t work well or efficiently, it can have a real impact on our body and daily life. An unhealthy gut can lead us to many health problems.

Therefore, our digestive system is crucial because it gives power to our other body parts. Kefir can actually help making a good balance of good bacteria in the gut. It can heal digestive problems. Some people will suggest yoghurt, but kefir has more probiotics than yoghurt.

It also contains a lot of vitamin D, which is really important for us. Not enough of it leads to problems. Some people can experience a lot of fatigue due to not having enough vitamin D in their system. Some can have skin problems due to lacking it.  Lack of vitamin D can also increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases, cognitive impairment later in our life, asthma and even cancer! The good news is thak kefir has anti-cancerous properties. It contains probiotics which decrease the chance of tumours and can strengthen our immune system.

Kefir also contains other key nutrients, including magnesium, calcium, B12 and B13. It can lower the risk of osteoporosis . Not only is it a good source of calcium, it can also help our bones absorb better the calcium in our bodies.

People who are lactose intolerance can generally tolerate it because the enzyme lactase in kefir takes up the lactose in the dairy before it gets to us. However, to totally avoid dairy, we can drink kefir made from coconut milk!

Why Coconuts?

They are a highly nutritious option. In fact, coconut trees are called “trees that give all that is necessary for living.” It is high in fibre, which is great for digestive health.

It also has healthful nutrients such as vitamin C, E, B1, B3, B5, and B6. On top of that, it is rich with sodium, iron, selenium, magnesium, calcium and phosphorus. We surely want to make kefir out of this!

Most of the fats in coconut milk are indeed the good kind. For example, the lauric acid turns into monolaurin, a potent antiviral and antibacterial ingredient very useful for our bodies.

Research also shows that these fats are good for improving cholesterol levels and bettering the heart. Coconut milk prevents fatigue and dehydration. These plentiful health benefits of coconuts and coconut milk really show why it’s such a great alternative to milk in our kefir!

How to make coconut milk kefir?

coconut milk kefir

It is surprisingly easy.


  • 1/4 cup water kefir
  • 2-4 cups coconut milk


  1. Mix the two liquids together.
  2. Cover the mixture and let rest for 24 hours.
  3. We have our coconut milk kefir!


Source: FamilyLifeGoals

Source picture: CulturedFoodLife


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