Have You Tried Kombucha?

Do you know kombucha?kombucha

Tugboat man and I have been drinking it for a while, ever since my son introduced us to this fizzy fermented beverage.

People in Asia and Russia have been drinking kombucha for thousands of years; those who drink kombucha regularly say that it aids digestion, detoxifies the body, and enhances immune response.

With a fresh and shiny new year and all those great resolutions to make healthier choices, how about trying Kombucha Wonder Drink for your January detox?

Kombucha Wonder Drink is a non-alcoholic sparkling fermented tea beverage, certified organic. It is naturally uplifting while low in sugar, caffeine and sodium.

Steve Lee, founder of Kombucha Wonder Drink, is the co-founder of two successful tea brands, Stash Tea and Tazo.

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RAW AND PASTEURIZED KOMBUCHA?

Making kombucha requires a starter culture very similar to a sourdough starter or yogurt culture. Current kombucha cultures come from Nepal, China and Russia, some dating back thousands of years. This culture creates a cellulose fiber mat that is included in raw beverages, but that is actually indigestible.

Kombucha Wonder Drink products are pasteurized, ensuring the absence of alcohol and safe beverages. While pasteurization results in the absence of a live culture, the beneficial organic acids resulting from the fermentation process remain.

Start the new year with a bubbly that inspires overall physical and mental well being — along with being a great mixer in festive cocktails.

As always, i was provided product by the company for sampling and review; I was not compensated, and all the opinions are my own and those of my family who also enjoyed this kombucha.

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