Kombucha Supports:

Digestion

Probiotics contain CAZymes which cleave large carbohydrate molecules converting them into energy. Lactic Acid improves mineral absorption and helps produce Acetylcholine, which boosts nerve impulses in muscles, improving bowel function

Metabolism

The Lactobacillus in Kombucha helps produce hormone GLP-1. It lowers blood sugar, stimulates insulin, and reduces stress on the pancreas. The hypoglycemic and antilipidemic effects are proven to treat diabetes

Immunity

Lactobacillus - lowers LDL cholesterol by preventing re-absorption
- treats colic, diarrhea, urinary tract infection, eczema, asthma, diabetes
- improves dental health by killing Strep and Staph bacteria strains
- binds and removes bacteria like E. Coli and Salmonella from intestines
Saccharomyces - high in fiber, vitamin B, folic acid
- contains beta-glucans 1 & 3 which lower saturated fat and
LDL cholesterol in the blood, help modulate the immune system,
reduce risk of heart disease, prevent infection, tumor growth and cancer
Acetic Acid - kills cancer cells, E. Coli, Salmonella and prevents infection
Oxalic Acid - anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-cancer, improves circulation

Detoxification

Gluconic acid is a powerful chelator, binding to toxins and heavy metals and flushing them out of the body

Anti-Aging

Antioxidants like vitamin C prevent cell damage, reduce free radicals and oxidative stress

Alkalinity

Like citrus fruit, healthy acids in Kombucha form an alkaline ash aſter contacting stomach acids, improving body alkalinity

Cell Integrity

Kombucha protects liver, stomach, lung and kidney cells and can heal ulcers and damaged tissue