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The Fermented Fizzy Kombucha! Culture for your GUT!

Updated: Apr 8, 2023

Sugie Skin Care is all about helping people with their skin care health needs and we are also all about the more natural you can go, the better! But let's go deeper than your skin and talk about your "GUT health."

How many of us are on autopilot when it comes to our diet? How many of us are going about our daily lives and not thinking about our gut health and how to improve it or even know that gut health is extremely important to our quality of life? How many people are out there suffering with gut issues and are wondering where to go from here?

Well, here is some information about a wonderful product that might be able to help with minor issues and help to get your gut microbiome improved.

Disclaimer: I am not a physician, if you are having gut issues be sure and consult a medical practitioner. This article is for informational purposes only and is not a solution for major health issues.

Now, let's talk about Kombucha! First of all, you might ask,

"What is Kombucha?"

Kombucha is a fermented tea drink made by placing a mixture of bacteria and yeast (known as SCOBY) into sweetened black or green tea. The SCOBY digests the sweetened tea and produces healthy substances in the fermentation process. After a few weeks, the tea is then flavored during a secondary fermentation. Ultimately what is left is a slightly sweet, slightly tart, bubbly tea with a number of health benefits.

What are the benefits?

Kombucha is a probiotic rich drink which can benefit your digestive system. However, it also has other health benefits. For instance, Kombucha has polyphenols which act as antioxidants and have been shown to reduce inflammation. Additionally, it contains B vitamins and several essential minerals and organic acids. Finally, Kombucha contains compounds associated with lowering cholesterol and blood sugar, antimicrobial action, decreased rates of cancer, and improved function.

How does it taste?

It tastes really good! Below are the flavors:

OK, so where do I get the Fermented Fizzy Kombucha? Below are the links to contact for more information:

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