Let’s talk about one of my favorite topics: digestion, probiotics, and gut health!
Kombucha is increasingly coming under scrutiny for its anecdotal benefits and potential problems. Is kombucha good for you?
Your toddler’s gut flora may be contributing to some of that terrible twos behavior, according to new research published in the journal Brain, Behavior, and Immunity.
If you’re new to fermenting, the idea of cultivating good bacteria and yeast in your kitchen might be overwhelming. We’ve rounded up a few recipes for making your own fermented food and drinks at home.
Fermented foods are getting a lot of cred lately as superfoods. Here’s what makes them so healthy along with some ideas for how to eat more of them.
I love me a good bottle of kombucha, so when I spotted this verbena rose kombucha from Búcha in the drinks aisle, I snagged one to try!
An elementary school student was sent to the Vice Principal, questioned by police, and suspended for bringing kombucha in his lunchbox.
It’s super simple to make your own kombucha tea, which is awesome because the store bought sort can be super expensive. When you make kombucha, you’re basically hopping up a colony of healthy bacteria with sugar and caffeine. All you need to whip up a batch of your own kombucha tea is sugar, black or green tea bags, and a SCOBY (more on the SCOBY below!).
I’ve always been a fan of kombucha, the fermented tea touted for its health benefits. But the buzz I would get from store-bought kombucha always made me feel like a [ … ]
Kombucha tea is touted for its health benefits. In addition to being an alkaline beverage, it’s rich in B vitamins and in vitamin C. It’s got a sort of tangy [ … ]