Kombucha is a fermented tea beverage, generally using black tea or green tea as raw material, which contains a variety of yeast and bacteria, rich in B3, B12 and other vitamins, which contribute to the health of human intestinal tract. It is a healthy tea.
1. Helps digestion.
Kombucha is a fermented tea that is rich in beneficial enzymes, probiotics and acids that flush the gut and enhance digestion. For example, lactic acid, produced by bacteria of the Lactobacillus genus, helps the body break down food and remove waste; gluconic acid also stimulates the healthy growth of the gut flora ecosystem. Therefore, kombucha can reduce digestive problems like bloating, belching, constipation or diarrhea, and help eliminate other health problems like acne and fatigue, as well as improve long-term underlying health problems like high blood pressure or diabetes.
2. A healthy immune system.
A potent antioxidant known as D-glucaric acid 1,4-lactone (DSL), discovered during kombucha fermentation, has been clinically shown to reduce oxidative stress and associated immunosuppression (a a process caused by free radicals that often causes body cells to "rust" or deteriorate) that is not present in regular black tea. Some scientists believe that DSL and vitamin C, which are present in kombucha, are the main secret weapons against cell damage, inflammatory diseases and immune system disorders. Additionally, the probiotics found in kombucha can support the immune system.
3. Lose weight.
Kombucha is rich in acetic acid and polyphenols, which can help people get rid of swimming rings and harvest vest lines. Kombucha can increase metabolism and control fat accumulation. The metabolism of the human body is largely controlled by hormones, and hormones are directly affected by the intestinal flora ecosystem, which is why establishing a healthy and balanced intestinal flora ecosystem is an important factor in maintaining body. There is no doubt that the probiotics in kombucha can help the body build up beneficial gut flora.
4. Turn up the energy level.
Kombucha's energy-boosting benefits are due to the release of iron during fermentation. It also contains caffeine (in small amounts) and B vitamins, which energize the body. Through a special chelation, the release of iron increases the hemoglobin content, increases the oxygenation rate in the tissues, and has a positive effect on the process of energy production at the cellular level. In other words, this tea is designed to keep those who regularly drink it energized by giving the body more energy.