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Surprising Side Effects of Drinking Kombucha, According to Science

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Lindsay Tigar of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 9: While it's considered an acquired taste by most, kombucha has recently been a buzzworthy drink beloved by celebrities, influencers, and health professionals. Generally speaking, a serving—eight ounces—of kombucha is a good idea for your digestive system and your gut microbiome. However, as with many dietary choices, too much of anything can potentially have a negative impact. Here, we explain the surprising side effects of drinking kombucha, including the good and the bad.It may seem like a new drink, but kombucha has been revered by civilizations for thousands of years, thanks to its many natural healing properties. But before you dive into a brave new world of kombucha flavors, mixtures, and brews, it's smart to research what exactly you're consuming. Many popular brands have plenty of added sugar, which isn't ideal for your diet. And, you may have other risk factors that make it better to stay away from this fermented beverage. Here are the kombucha side effects to consider, and for even more drinking tips, be sure to check out our list of 108 Most Popular Sodas Ranked By How Toxic They Are.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

Surprising Side Effects of Drinking Kombucha, According to Science

While it's considered an acquired taste by most, kombucha has recently been a buzzworthy drink beloved by celebrities, influencers, and health professionals. Generally speaking, a serving—eight ounces—of kombucha is a good idea for your digestive system and your gut microbiome. However, as with many dietary choices, too much of anything can potentially have a negative impact. Here, we explain the surprising side effects of drinking kombucha, including the good and the bad.

It may seem like a new drink, but kombucha has been revered by civilizations for thousands of years, thanks to its many natural healing properties. But before you dive into a brave new world of kombucha flavors, mixtures, and brews, it's smart to research what exactly you're consuming. Many popular brands have plenty of added sugar, which isn't ideal for your diet. And, you may have other risk factors that make it better to stay away from this fermented beverage. Here are the kombucha side effects to consider, and for even more drinking tips, be sure to check out our list of 108 Most Popular Sodas Ranked By How Toxic They Are.

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