THE 5 BIGGEST HEALTH BENEFITS OF DRINKING KOMBUCHA

July 09, 2018

Chances are, if you've stepped into a grocery store in the last 5 years, you've noticed a new addition to the beverage cooler: kombucha! Health nuts love it, while others fear it's fizzy, fermented contents. Many tout it as a magically healthy elixer. Read on to discover what makes 'buch the trendiest drink since the unicorn frappuccino.

1. It's loaded with probiotics.

During fermentation (the process that makes Kombucha fizzy, among other things) probiotic bacteria is produced. Probiotics are basically your stomach’s best friend. They balance your digestive system’s microbiome, meaning they replenish good bacteria in your gut. This promotes healthy digestion, better immunity to disease brought by bad bacteria, and can even help you absorb more nutrients!

 

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