Gut Health & Ravenous
Let’s be honest: our eating habits have changed over the years. Capitalism has contributed greatly to modern society and commerce as we know it today, and getting hold of food that isn’t man-made or hasn’t been sprayed with pesticides is a challenge. Modern agricultural practice has dramatically influenced not only what food we eat, but also how we tolerate that food. And, as much as we’d like to believe it, our guts haven’t evolved as substantially as we’d like to believe over the years – that sort of evolutionary change can take up to thousands of years. As a result, our stomach’s are taking a battering, and this doesn’t bode well for muscular growth.
Kombucha as an example, can be an excellent resource for gut health. OMBucha Kombucha has been researched for the last 150 years in labs all over the world from China, India, Serbia, Russia, Germany,Tunisia, Egypt, Iran, Korea and beyond. Many of the studies attempt to discern the mechanisms behind its suggested reputation for helping with
– healthy liver function
– removing toxins
– destroying free radicals
– anti-microbial/anti-fungal properties
Keep an eye on the exciting mainstream studies being conducted on Kombucha via Google – Kombucha research studies