Kombucha is a rising star in the realm of health foods. But make no mistake. This fermented, carbonated drink is more than just a food fad. In fact, scientists are turning to kombucha in an attempt to understand the relationships among microbial communities. In a recent article published in PeerJ, scientists from Arizona State University (ASU) and the University of New … Continue reading Kombucha and probiotics: Why is this fizzy drink good for you?
Did you know that probiotics or “good” bacteria can do more than boost your digestive health? If you suffer from inflammation, you can ease your condition by consuming certain kinds of fermented foods. According to Ali Miller, a registered dietitian and author of “The Anti-Anxiety Diet,” you can improve your gut health and mood and energy levels … Continue reading Reduce inflammation and improve your mood with these healthy, fermented foods
If you are looking for a healthy drink to add to your diet, try kombucha. It is a fermented sugar tea that contains a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeasts. This fermented beverage has been associated with many health benefits, such as reducing levels of cholesterol and blood pressure, preventing cancer, and improving the bodily functions, … Continue reading Why kombucha is one of the healthiest drinks you can consume, say food scientists
Kombucha is a popular health drink that’s full of probiotics. Drinking kombucha tea helps improve digestion and boosts heart health. But what exactly is kombucha and how is it made? Kombucha and SCOBY Kombucha, a sweet, effervescent drink that’s full of probiotics, is made from SCOBY (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast). To make kombucha, SCOBY is added … Continue reading Kombucha is on the rise, but what are its health benefits?
A study has found that ginger-based kombucha could potentially treat breast cancer. For this study, the team investigated the effects of fermented tea using an animal model. Cancer cells have many distinct characteristics, and one of them is an abnormal metabolism. For example, aerobic respiration at the invasive stage creates more reactive oxygen species (ROS). This … Continue reading Drink your way back to health: Ginger-based kombucha found to treat breast cancer
A study published in the Journal of Complementary and Integrative Medicine reported that kombucha with ginger (Zingiber officinale) may help treat breast cancer. The authors observed the effect of the fermented tea on a murine breast cancer animal model. Abnormal metabolism is a hallmark in cancerous cells. To illustrate, the increase of reactive oxygen species (ROS) production, … Continue reading Kombucha prepared from ginger holds potential for treating breast cancer
With many health drinks becoming popular, it’s becoming more difficult to select which one to drink. One of these health drinks is kombucha, a fermented tea. With a name that means “the tea of immortality,” kombucha has many benefits to offer. Kombucha is prepared from tea, sugar, and SCOBY, which stands for symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeasts. The … Continue reading Roughly translated as “the tea of immortality”, kombucha is a health drink you should be drinking more of
Source: 6 Kombucha Health Benefits Your Gut Is Begging For by Dr. Edward Group Well known as a good source of probiotics, kombucha is a sweet tea beverage fermented with yeast and bacteria. It is commonly called the “immortal health elixir” and it’s more popular now than ever before. In fact, the market is expected to grow … Continue reading 6 Kombucha Health Benefits Your Gut Is Begging For