Try making this smoothie its a healthy and nutritious snack for the kids to enjoy!
- 3 bananas
- 2 cups kefir
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- Place all ingredients in a blender and process until fully smooth. Serve cooled.
Try making this smoothie its a healthy and nutritious snack for the kids to enjoy!
Banana bread is a type of bread that is moist, sweet cake like bread. Try making this delicious whole grain banana bread with milk kefir. Simply follow these steps:
It is said that Kefir is origin from a mountain called Caucasian also know as the former USSR. Throughout the ages it has been a very famous healthy drink in Russia, Eastern Europe and some other countries.
Here are some of the question I bet you really want to know:
First of all you might be wondering why “What are kefir grains?” is in the top. It’s because if you want to understand what kefir is, you should understand how the grains is use to produce kefir. According to YourKefirSource.com - Everything You Need To Know About Kefir by Giselle, kefir grains are the mixture of bacteria and yeasts are living on a substance that are made up of a variety of dairy elements.
Kefir grains look like a cauliflower and has a gelatinous texture. The only way to create kefir grains is using natural method called fertile and it cannot be manufactured.
I’ve personally interact with Giselle of YourKefirSource in Facebook, the group is very active and knowledgeable.
Ok, let’s go back to kefir grains. There isn’t enough details to explain and tell the origin about kefir, but one of the most famous story is from the book of Bible, the food that fall down from heaven called manna that the Israelites was wandering in the desert for 40 years which is lead by Moses.
Kefir is a kind of drink that is originally made from kefir grains and milk, but since there was a new method using water that why there are basically 2 kinds of kefir: Milk Kefir and Water Kefir.
Kefir has so many kind of benefits but some of them are still haven’t been proven. I’ve read a blog ~ BenefitsOfKefir.com by Sandra, that drinking kefir can cure diseases, helps improve health and best of all no side effect!
First of all, yogurt and kefir taste almost the same and both of them are cultured milk products. Based on a research kefir has more vitamins and nutrients compare to yogurt.
Yogurt only offer for in our intestines good bacteria, while kefir focus on symbiotic type of natural occurring beneficial kind of bacteria and yeast!
I’m not very clear about this topic so if you have time try reading the following:
How do I make kefir?
Well, I just follow the video.
Flavored with water kefir and apple gives a delicous taste of apple cider. You can enjoy your very own apple cider at the comfort of your home by following these simple steps:
Tip: Refregerate to preserve the freshness.
Start your day with these creamy strawberry smoothies, its very delicious for a quick breakfast or snack.
Tip: You may also add in a scoop of protein powder.
A Sydney-based software development company, Auslogics is the creator of several well-known computer programs, some of which have in fact been released in free (unpaid) versions. Its Disk Defrag free edition, for instance, is highly regarded in the software community, as are the free editions of its Registry Cleaner and Registry Defrag programs.
Despite the company’s free product releases, though, there would still be some sense to seeking out an Auslogics coupon for purchasing their paid products. Here are five reasons that explain why an Auslogics coupon—as well as an Auslogics product purchase—might still be a good idea.
1. The company actually releases programs that have no free edition, and some of them are definitely worth a look. Auslogics Antivirus 2013, for example, and BitReplica have no free editions, and both are worthwhile programs, as may be gathered from the critics’ reviews. A coupon would make those programs more accessible, even if you are on a budget.
2. Some of the free editions actually have professional versions too that improve on them further. Disk Defrag has a professional edition that features ultra-fast defragmenting and even features protection against future fragmentation. Those interested in this version shall have to pay to obtain it, but with a good coupon, they need not shell out too much for the software.
3. Simply put: coupons equal savings. A decent coupon can bring down your software purchase costs by as much as 70% (and perhaps even more) if you know where to go looking. At the end of the day, that is probably the best reason to get an Auslogics coupon.
4. A coupon means that you are more likely to find a product affordable and thus be more likely to buy it, which supports the company. Some are so hard-up for money that they have little choice but to seek out pirated copies of critical programs, which ends with the developers and publishers of the software losing out—in some cases, even to the point of bankruptcy. Encouraging purchase of original software saves companies and acknowledges the minds who make the products.
5. Related to the preceding item, a coupon’s encouragement of program purchase also helps consumers steer clear of viruses or malware that may be hidden in so-called pirated versions of the software. Buying original products—even at a discount—helps lower the risk.
Auslogics BoostSpeed 6 is a handy program with a lot of powerful tools that can help you take your computer’s performance to a higher level. While most of the power users will already know what they want or need to do with systems utility software like this, though, other users may experience a bit of confusion or hesitation as first. Fortunately, learning how to use it with the help of Auslogics Boostspeed review to prime your computer is easy.
The beauty of Auslogics BoostSpeed 6 software is that it integrates all the system utilities into a single interface, and an easy-to-understand one, at that. A great many of the program’s functions are also automated, which means optimizing your computer can be done in just a few mouse clicks and without too much decision-making. That said, there are still some parts of the process or some tools that necessitate a bit of manual tweaking every now and then, but the program makes it easy.
The moment you start up BoostSpeed 6, the first step towards optimisation should be handled automatically for you: a system scan that evaluates your system’s health and tells you what can or should be done to fix problem areas like fragmented drives, bad areas of your disk, wasted space, and so on. Most of this, as said before, is going to be automated. As such, you need only follow the instructions or click the buttons that repair or fix the issues according to the software.
Now there are some things to take note of when using some of the modules that demand a little more involvement from you. Take the Startup Manager, for instance. While the software shows you dangerous items with this tool and gives you the option to remove them, you have to be careful not to remove every item listed as dangerous, as you have no idea how important it is to your system. Test the item by disabling it first, as you could potentially remove a critical component of start up if you are too trigger-happy with targets identified here.
Another thing to remember is that some of the modules have an additional step besides their actual “runtime”. Disk Defrag is an exception, but Registry Defrag, unfortunately, is going to demand that you restart the computer too after it’s done. This might not be ideal if you are in the middle of something important, so just keep it in mind as a minor inconvenience if you want to defragment the registry.
Finally, be careful with your decisions. Even if the program does automate a lot of things, the areas where it leaves you choices can be crucial at times, which means that you should take care not to pick the wrong option and thus jeopardize your system unknowingly.
Today I’m going to be looking at Auslogics BoostSpeed Review which discusses a system utilities package program distributed by the makers of Auslogics Disk Defrag (a lot of you probably know this utility). Auslogics BoostSpeed 6 is a paid program, though, and not freeware, which means it’s best for those who think it’s worthwhile to pay for a tool that helps automate and speed up system maintenance and optimization—which is something some people can actually do themselves without paying for anything, although it does take a lot of effort to do it their way, admittedly.
BoostSpeed has a lot of tools in its line-up. Aside from a disk defrag tool, you get a disk repair utility, a file shredder, a “Tweak Manager”, a service manager, a start up manager, a browser manager, a task manager, a rescue center, an uninstall manager, an Internet optimizer, a registry cleaner, a registry defragmenter, a duplicate file finder, a disk wiper, a disk explorer, and a file recovery tool. In other words, you get practically everything you need to keep your system in great shape, all squeezed into a single interface.
And dear me, what an interface: it’s one of the best points of the program. It’s nice, it’s clean, it’s not confusing—and that’s a lot going for it already, considering that one of the problems with system maintenance, as far as most people are concerned, is that it can seem off-putting if you’re not too keen on tech stuff. In that sense, users of BoostSpeed won’t have to worry. A lot of the things the program does have automatic repair options, which means less hemming and hawing over whether or not something is a good idea and more fixing of problems. The program is so user-friendly, in fact, that it includes a “Google It” option besides some choices and problems, to help the user figure out if he is making the right decision.
Testing the tools is a pleasure because of the tidy interface, but the tools themselves also impress. They get the job done, no doubt about it, and with a minimum of system resource drain or diversion. In other words, you can run most of them while doing something else on your laptop and not be bothered in the least by laggy or jittery performance.
On the whole, I find Auslogics BoostSpeed 6 to be a great system maintenance option for those who don’t have the ability to fix and maintain their computers themselves. It costs $119.99, sure (but keep an eye out for the Auslogics Coupon for a better price), but you get a beautifully fast, optimally-performing computer in exchange. If that’s worth the price to you, you definitely won’t be disappointed.