Kombucha Tea Review
Kombucha Tea is yet another weight loss tea that has become popular across the US thanks to its Celebrity users.
Recently Lindsay Lohan was spotted carrying around a bottle.
What is Kombucha Tea?
Kombucha Tea is made using a certain type of yeast that contains a high quantity of bacteria.
It originates from China where it was traditionally called Chameijun, which means “tea mould”.
Kombucha Tea is believed to be able to help you lose weight, improve eyesight and help with cancer recovery.
Is Kombucha Tea clinically proven?
Unfortunately there is no clinical evidence to back up its claims. Most of the claims come from those who use the tea themselves.
Kombucha Tea is supposed to be high in glucoronic acid, which is a compound shown to help your liver detoxify the body.
A recent study however has shown there is none of this glucoronic acid present in the home grown or commercial version of the tea.
Kombucha Tea side effects
Kombucha Tea has been shown to cause many side effects including upset stomachs, jaundice and even breathing problems have been reported.
The taste of the tea is also a concern as many people have noted that it is very acidic and has an unusual flavour.
A recent article written by Dr Emma Williams for the Daily Mail stated that “Until more is known about Kombucha tea, the health benefits and harmful effects should be viewed with caution.”
An alternative to Kombucha Tea?
Kombucha Tea has not had enough studies done on it presently so it is best that you stick to one that has actually been proven to help with weight loss and your overall health.
Tava Tea is one such tea, a blend of three different powerful tealeaves – Sencha, Puerh and Wuyi Cliff Oolong.
Tava Tea is 100% organic and has been clinically proven to boost your metabolism and your immune system.