Having a bad day?
Want to have a better day?
Having trouble thinking clearly?
Want to think clearer and improve your memory?
Having trouble accomplishing your goals?
Ready to commit to a New Year’s Resolution and finally lose those extra 10 pounds?
Meet your next favorite beverage: Raw Kombucha
What is Kombucha?
Think of Southern Sweet Tea mixed with Sprite or any type of fruity, fizzy drink.
Don't be fooled, though.
Kombucha is more than a sparkling soda or bag-brewed beverage of black and green tea leaves.
Raw Kombucha is a functional, fermented beverage, a community of bacteria and yeasts that supports gut health, mood regulation and neurocognition.
The secret to this beverage’s capacity to support human physiology, the Body Networks, is through the science of fermentation and the enzymatic activity of microbiomes.
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Fermentation is both science and art.
Through its mixing practices and cyclical culture-cultivation processes, it reflects a handcrafted art.
Through its active constituents catalyzing sugar-acid-alcohol transformations, it reflects the science of organic chemistry.
Fermented beverages and foods are generally acidic. When fermented food or liquid molecules are broken down by natural stomach acid, the result is not an increase in acidity but rather an increase in activity between the acidic molecules and the alkaline molecules in the body.
The acidic sugars and alkaline salts obtain a greater balance of potential-hydrogen, or pH-balance within the blood, initiated by the behaviors of microorganisms and beneficial bacteria assisting in various symbiotic roles.
Roles of Fermentation
Reseals stomach/gut linings
Enhances epithelial boundaries
Converts molecules from nutrient-repellents to nutrient-absorbents
Accelerates metabolism and the digestive process
Reassimilates amino acids and allows ingested minerals to become more bioavailable
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9 billion tiny organisms packed into a single bottle of this health-supporting, nutrient-dense, functional beverage.
Often times, the smallest things can enact the greatest changes and catalyze the strongest effects. As small as a cell, as tiny as an atom, as finite as neutrons, as infinite as positrons, small is strong.
Tiny is powerful.
The common cliché, You Are What You Eat, needs to be expanded into a new expression, You Are What You Drink.
Top 5 Kombucha Flavors
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Add a bottle of Raw Kombucha to your kitchen.
Visit the links below and choose one or more to enjoy during the New Year!
Learn more about the art and science of fermentation.
Add The Art of Fermentation to your personal library, kindle or audible collection.
Start making your own tiny creations!
Learn more about the microbiome and microbiota.
Discover a new class of functional, health-supporting organisms called psychobiotics.
Add The Psychobiotic Revolution, Mood, Food and the New Science of the Gut-Brain Connection to your personal library or kindle collection