All About KombuchaOctober 11, 2018
Kombucha – that’s a funny word, isn’t it? Kombucha has been around for about 2,000 years. It is basically a sweetened tea that is fermented by a SCOBY (symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast).
Kombucha comes with tons of benefits including-
1. Detoxification- it’s abundant in many of the enzymes and bacterial acids your body uses to detox your system, so in essence, kombucha really helps the liver.
2. Joint Health- it contains glucosamines, which can aid in the prevention of arthritis.
3. Digestion and gut health- being naturally fermented with a living colony of bacteria and yeast, kombucha is a probiotic beverage. Probiotics improve digestion, fight harmful yeast overgrowth, and may increase mental clarity and mood stability.
4. Immune boosting- because this beverage is extremely antioxidant rich, it may boost your immune system and energy levels.
I know that yeast and bacteria doesn’t sound really appetizing, but lucky for us, there are many different flavors of kombucha to choose from, and almost every grocery store carries it. Some people even make their own! Have you ever tried it? Are you going to try it?
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