"Kefir may be a great way for cancer survivors to enjoy a post-exercise dairy drink
in the future," said lead investigator Laura K. Stewart, Ph.D., associate professor
at the University of Northern Colorado, School of Sport and Exercise Science. "The
beverage received high scores overall and, except for an improvement in overall liking,
we observed no significant differences in physical and psychological feelings before
and after participants learned that it contained kefir and had potential health benefits."
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