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What Is Kombucha

  • Kombucha Is A Fermented Beverage Consisting Of Black Tea And Sugar That's Used As A Functional, Probiotic Food, It Contains A Colony Of Bacteria And Yeast That Is Responsible For Initiating The Fermentation Process Once Combined With Sugar
  • After Fermentation, Kombucha Becomes Carbonated And Contains Vineger, B Vitamins, Enzymes, Probiotics And A High Concentration Of Acid (Acetic, Gluconic And Lactic). These Bacteria Are Known As "Cellulose-Producing Bacteria". This Means They Produce Cellulose, Which Acts As A Shield To Cells
  • The Sugar-Tea Solution Is Fermented By Bacteria And Yeast Commonly Known As A "SCOBY" (Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria And Yeast). Although It's Usually Made With Black Tea, Kombucha Can Also Be Made With Green Teas - Or Both. Contrary To Common Claims, A SCOBY Is Not A Kombucha Mushroom

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