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Worst Bloating Beverage | Booster Fatigue

From eNewsletter 4/27/2022

DID YOU KNOW that your bloating may be due to a beverage that is the darling of the health food industry? Kombucha is one of the more awful "healthful" beverages to come along. Every week we must dispel myths about the healthful aspects of kombucha. Finally, we're not alone. In a recent New York Times Q&A with a gastroenterologist, he mentioned kombucha as one of the triggers for not just occasional bloating, but functional bloating, which is chronic bloating that may become irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, yeast overgrowth, or even full blown candida. The GI doctor also said for those with food intolerances, celiac disease, or disorders that affect the way the gut moves contents throughout the body (like gastroparesis), kombucha is a poor choice of beverage. As we have said to clients incessantly, and in this newsletter on myriad occasions, there is no value added reason to drink kombucha. If you like the taste, you can have it once in a while if you do not have any of the aforementioned digestive issues, yeast overgrowth, mold allergy, history of UTIs, among others. Otherwise, when you're in the store, just walk past that beautifully staged display of kombuchas. You'll do your digestive system a favor.


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