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If you do not want to use lamb, you may use chicken, fish, cooked chickpeas or lentils.
You may also, substitute the parsley and mint for fresh dill (great with fish), and leave out the cumin.
Several studies show that the meat and milk of grass-fed lambs is significantly higher in omega-3 fatty acids and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) than the meat and milk of grain-fed lambs.
Increased intake of CLA is associated with improved immune and inflammatory function, improved bone mass, improved blood sugar regulation, reduced body fat, and better maintenance of lean body mass
Lamb is a great source of B12, and is also loaded with other essential B vitamins, including vitamins B6, B3, B2, and B5, all essential to support our nervous system.
Lamb is also a good source of protein.
Milk kefir is a good source of probiotics, vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids that support healing and repair of the gut mucosa. Milk kefir is particularly rich in vitamins A, B1, D, K2, folate, B12, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus.
Some of the health benefits attributed to kefir include, protection from gastrointestinal diseases, providing nutrients necessary for optimal bone health and regulating immune function.