Probiotics are living microorganisms that are extremely beneficial to everyone. Although many people only know them in the form of supplements that are sold in specialty stores and pharmacies, they are found in many fermented foods. This group includes yogurt, kefir, tempeh, miso, sauerkraut and kombucha.

There are hundreds of probiotics, and each of them acts differently on food, varying the degree of impact on our health.

When everything works well, our gut is populated by good and bad bacteria that coexist in peace. The role of the good ones, probiotics, is to digest food, absorb nutrients, free the body of toxins, cleanse the digestive system and activate immunity. The bad ones in their fair measure do not affect the normal functioning of the digestive tract.

Kombucha is the probiotic with a higher bacterial variety, barely contains sugar, and ours, that is not pasteurized, keeps bacteria alive.