Five Fermented and Probiotic Drinks for a healthy digestive system. You will be amazed at the benefits of probiotics and fermented foods. You will feel bloating disappear and may actually lose weight.
These Fermented and Probiotic Drinks contain good bacteria that can help improve your health. Make them at home to save money! Your digestive system will thank. Daily probiotic intake is essential for everyone, especially those dealing with certain health problems like digestive issues, neurological disorders, allergies or asthma, immunity problems, or gastrointestinal diseases.
Natural fermentation of foods has been shown to preserve nutrients in food and break the food down to a more digestible form. Probiotics are then created which improves digestion.
5 Fermented and Probiotic Drinks
The summer flavor of peaches combined with whey makes this a very refreshing beverage. This simple fermentation method infuses probiotic rich whey with the sweet fruit and real sugar for the probiotic bugs to feed on to make a bubbly, crisp soda that is so delicious.
You can control weeds in the yard by gathering dandelions. Then you can make a fizzy soda. Your kids will be amazed that they can make healthy soda that tastes good.
Elderflowers in a fermented soda heal the body. The taste is a bit lemony, with a touch of peach, and a hint of banana.
This soda has only three ingredients and is so refreshing. This drink is so easy to make using pineapple juice, ginger juice, and a ginger bug.
You will love the amazing flavor of watermelon in this fermented soda. Not only is this drink refreshing, it’s amazingly good for you.
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Disclosure: The author of this article is not a trained medical professional, nor a dietician. All of the information in this post is based on research, doctor recommendations, and personal experience.