5 Reasons to Make Your Own Probiotics At Home

February 21, 2020 55 By EngineerMommy

This is a sponsored post written by me for Probiotics Maker. All opinions are mine alone.

While making your own probiotics might initially seem like a time-consuming and difficult process, the reality is actually quite the opposite. I recently tried the ProbioticMaker Kit and I was blown away by just how simple & fast the whole process was in reality. If you’re not sure why you might want to make your own probiotics at home, keep reading.

1. It doesn’t get any fresher.

When you make your own probiotics at home, you’re getting live cultures that cannot be any fresher. Did you know that store-bought yogurt/kefir may be many weeks old before it is put on the shelves at your local supermarket? Some probiotic strains die off in several days so just imagine how many live cultures are still around by the time the product is ingested. 

2. The process is easy – and fun.

Using the ProbioticMaker requires only a minute of prep time and does not cause a big kitchen mess!

Simply, add the Starter Pack right to a store-bought container of milk, which contains 11 types of probiotic “seeds.”

Next slide the ProbioticMaker sleeve right on the milk container and plug in for at least 8 hours. Leave it undisturbed during this time.

When done, remove the sleeve from the milk container and refrigerate to chill. Pour a glass and enjoy! 

3. You have full control. 

When you make your own probiotic-rich products, you are in control of the whole process and the final product, including the flavoring, sweeteners, fat content, thickness and type of milk. You can start with skim milk, 2% milk, whole milk or milk alternatives with natural sugars (so the probiotics can grow.) Furthermore, unlike store-bought milk & kefir products, you won’t have artificial ingredients, undesired sweeteners, fillers, additives, thickeners and preservatives in your final product. I added some blueberries & probiotic-rich milk to the blender and created my own kefir drink.

It was seriously so delicious!

4. Probiotics are super beneficial.

Did you know that there are over 140 health benefits from various types of probiotics? The ProbioticMaker contains an impressive 11 different types of probiotic “seeds” to achieve a healthy balance. The strains included are:
• Lactobacillus acidophilus
• Lactobacillus rhamnosus
• Bifidobacterium lactis
• Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus
• Lactobacillus casei
• Streptococcus thermophilus
• Lactococcus lactis subsp. cremoris
• Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. lactis
• Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis
• Leuconostoc mesenteroides ssp. cremoris
• Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis biovar. diacetylactis

I love that every single batch grows trillions of probiotics. Also, keep in mind that the ProbioticMaker targets the natural body temperature during production of probiotics. In this way, both thermophilic (like the strains found in yogurt) and mesophilic (like the strains found in kefir) can thrive.

5. It’s so much cheaper.

Popular probiotic products nowadays are quite expensive. You can make the freshest probiotics for less than it costs to purchase pills, powders, kefir, yogurt, etc. Just one starter pack and a gallon of milk makes the equivalent of 47 Probiotic Drinks, 32 Yogurt Cups and 2 Bottles of Pills.. WOW!

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Use the promo code ENGINEERMOMMY or click here to save 47% off the ProbioticMaker. Have you ever made your own probiotics at home? Would you love to experience the benefits of this product for yourself? 

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