Is Kombucha Nutritious?Posted on November 16th, 2017
The primary driver to a diverse, abundant, and healthy gut microbiome is the consumption of indigestible carbohydrates known as prebiotics. Long story short, this translates to the regular and consistent consumption of high fiber foods such as vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, and whole grains. This will arguably stimulate a healthier gut microbiome alone, without the use of probiotics more than the consumption of probiotics paired with a sub-optimal diet that is low in fiber. Translation? Drinking kombucha will not “make up” for a poor diet, and consuming a diet rich in plant-based foods will stimulate a healthy gut without the use of probiotics.
Things to consider before drinking kombucha:
Information included does not constitute medical advice and should only be used as a general recommendation for a healthy diet. Reasor’s Registered Dietitian’s opinions and recommendations are of their own; they are not paid to endorse any products.