How and when to drink kombucha?

How and when to drink kombucha?

How do I incorporate kombucha into my day to day? How much can I take to feel its effects? At what time is it best to drink kombucha? You have heard a lot about kombucha, of the healthy benefits of this fermented tea with ancient origins, but you have some doubts that you need to clear before you start drinking it. We hope these guidelines will be helpful to you:

  • If you have never drunk kombucha before, start with about 100 milliliters a day. Depending on tolerance, increase the dose to take it a couple or three times a day.
  • Drinking kombucha is unlikely to cause any side effects. At most, you will notice more bowel movement. Typically, you will experience a sense of well-being.
  • Drink kombucha when you feel like it. On an empty stomach, you will enhance its detoxifying effect. Before or after meals, it will improve your digestion thanks to its natural probiotics.
  • If you are especially sensitive to caffeine, we recommend not drinking kombucha in the evening. Although it has about six times less caffeine than a cup of coffee, it could affect your sleep.
  • You must bear in mind that, like all fermented foods, kombucha contains a little alcohol generated naturally during its preparation. It is a very small amount: a little less than 1% of the drink.
  • Are you hangover? Try having a glass of kombucha. This fermented tea greatly facilitates the work of detoxification of the liver and, with it, that of your body. It will help you for sure!
  • Make it your substitute for sodas, coffee, and low-alcohol beverages like beer.
  • If you are a pregnant or nursing mother, consult your healthcare professional about consuming kombucha. Ours is made following the original recipe, it is not pasteurized. In this way, it preserves the natural probiotics generated during its fermentation. In addition, it has detoxifying effects that you should be aware of.
  • Before offering it to a child, keep in mind that it contains a little caffeine and less than one degree of alcohol.
  • For some people with specific health circumstances, such as those suffering from bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), the consumption of kombucha is not recommended. We advise you to solve this problem in order to introduce fermented tea into your diet. In other circumstances, such as diabetes, candida or other pathologies, we refer the decision about the consumption of kombucha to your health specialist.

How and when to drink kombucha: – as an alternative to soft drinks – on an empty stomach to enhance the probiotic effect – with meals for a digestive effect