· By Merle von KOMBUCHERY
Reduce stress – This is how the fermented tea drink helps
Stress is bad for the immune system
Our immune system is exposed to constant stress and should not be further stimulated in everyday life. We have worked out 5 reasons for you how kombucha can help to reduce and prevent stress. In addition to yoga and meditation, the tea drink is a perfect complement to a healthy lifestyle.
5 ways to relax with kombucha
1. Better to be a kombuchaholic than a coffeeholic?
Swap morning coffee for kombucha . It can help you wake up without consuming too much caffeine. The L-theanine in tea can counteract the harmful effects of caffeine and you still have the extra energy you need in the morning.
2. Alcohol to cool down - but please in healthy
Kombucha has a much lower alcohol content than, for example, beer and wine. Nevertheless, Kombucha has a super low alcohol content due to the natural fermentation, which can give you a pleasant relaxed feeling without being harmful to your body.
3. Kombucha as an adaptogen – Adaptowhat?
Adaptogens are certain plant ingredients that can help minimize stress. An adaptogen can have a regulating effect on the body and help it deal better with various stimuli. If you are often exhausted and tired, it can have an energizing effect on you. If you are stressed and excited a very calming one.
4. Healthy digestion equals less stress
Stress and the gut are not a good team. Many of us are immediately upset by stress and experience unpleasant pain. If you protect your intestines and drink kombucha with beneficial bacteria, unnecessary irritation can be prevented.
5. Vitamin B and C against depression and bad mood
Kombucha contains vitamins B1, B6 and B12. All of these vitamins are known to help the body fight depression. They also ensure good well-being and can promote concentration. Vitamin C can also help inhibit the production of cortisol (a stress hormone).
Hinweis: Dieser Artikel ist ausschließlich für Informationszwecke bestimmt und nicht als professionelle Analyse, Beratung oder medizinische Auskunft zu verstehen, sondern enthält die persönliche Meinung des Autors, basierend auf recherchierter Fachliteratur und eigener Erfahrung zum Thema.