Probiotics are producing a lot of buzz for good reason: Populating your gut with these beneficial bacteria is essential for maintaining a healthy immune system, proper brain function, clear skin, and a functioning digestive system. While many of us choose to get our daily dose of probiotics from foods, such as yogurt and kimchi, kombucha is a solid and oft-overlooked go-to.
The probiotic drink is concocted by fermenting sweetened tea (usually a blend of green and black teas) with a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast, also known as SCOBY. Concerned about the added sugars? Kombucha requires a dash of the sweet stuff because the yeast feeds on the sugar in order to ferment the mixture. The amount of sugar present in kombucha will continue to reduce the longer it is left to ferment.
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