Whole30 Approved Kombucha
Kombucha is a whole30 approved kombucha beverage made from sweetened tea and a symbiotic culture. It is said to offer a wide variety of health benefits including digestive support, increased energy and metabolism, immune system enhancement, and skin radiance. The beverage is also known to contain organic acids which aid in detoxification. In addition, it has been touted as a whole food drink that provides probiotics and helps to regulate the pH of the body.
Despite the numerous benefits of kombucha, many people still wonder if it is compliant with the Whole30 diet. The answer is yes, but there are a few things you should know. First, not all kombucha is created equal. Some brands add sugar after the fermentation process which makes it non-compliant with Whole30 rules.
Bubbling Wellness: Whole30 Approved Kombucha Brands for Your Clean Eating Journey
To be Whole30 approved, a kombucha must have only four ingredients: water, tea, sugar and the symbiotic culture (SCOBY). During the fermentation process, the bacteria consume the sugar, producing alcohol and organic acids, making it a low-sugar beverage.
Luckily, there are several healthy and delicious kombucha beverages available in stores. One of the most popular is Health Ade Kombucha, which offers a line of Whole30 approved kombuchas that are both delicious and effective. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at how Health Ade kombucha fits into the Whole30 program and why it may be a great option for you.