Health & Wellness

Why You Need to Know about Kombucha

October 15, 2015
Kombucha

KombuchaHave you heard of Kombucha?  I hadn’t either and had no idea whether you could eat it, drink it or look at it!  However, it is known by the ancient Chinese as the “immortal health elixir.”

Recently I published 8 Smart Ways to Make Clean Eating a Way of Life and I received an email about the amazing benefits of Kombucha Chia Tea.  Well I had never heard of Kombucha and I have only recently heard about Chia seeds and their benefits. I was intrigued so contacted Jenny Travens from www.superfoodliving.com .

After reading Jenny’s post and website, I was excited to share her knowledge with you in finding foods that will benefit your health and vitality.  I’m starting to learn about ‘superfoods’ and their benefits and I would like to pass this on to you. 

So this post provides information about Jenny Travens and also a link to her post ‘The Amazing Benefits of Kombucha Chia Tea & How to Make It’.

A Little About Jenny Travens

Jenny Travens SuperFoodLiving
Jenny Travens is a chief editor and a wellness coach and fitness blogger for http://www.superfoodliving.com. She loves to share her knowledge about the different ways of staying fit and healthy and helps people to conquer over health related issues and maintain their fitness regime.
With over 10 years of experience, Jenny is uniquely qualified, and understands each individual’s goals, and needs. She can simply provide important nutritional information or even give you a more detailed, supportive, skills-based approach to changing your diet and eating habits.

You can find Jenny on Social Media at:
https://www.facebook.com/superfoodliving
https://twitter.com/superfoodliving
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8 Comments

  • Reply Jennifer Abel October 15, 2015 at 10:33

    So good to see another super food being shared, I am just loving learning about them all and I will go and visit Jenny’s website

    • Reply sue October 15, 2015 at 11:53

      Yes its a great site Jen I just discovered it because Jenny approached me. I’m learning lots as well. xx

  • Reply Miranda October 17, 2015 at 10:50

    I have never tried Kombucha, but I have a friend that loves it and swears by it’s health benefits. I have *almost* bought it the last few times I was in the grocery store but chickened out. I think I am going to have to give it a try!

    • Reply sue October 17, 2015 at 11:43

      Yes I actually have yet to find it! I am interested though because I think there are a lot of foods that perhaps are from different cultures but are very beneficial to our health. Thanks for hosting a great link up which I stumbled across with at the #AnythingGoes linkup. Have a lovely weekend.

  • Reply Debbie October 23, 2015 at 18:19

    I’m not a fan of Kombucha, but my boyfriend loves. He was in fact looking for a “kit” to make it at home last weekend.
    It’s excellent for health. Even of its taste is not your thing, like for me, it’s still worth sipping it.
    Great sharing, Sue!
    Thank you for adding this post to #tiptuesday.

    • Reply sue October 28, 2015 at 08:35

      I haven’t tried it yet but will give it a go and see if I like it. Thanks for stopping by.

  • Reply Ritu November 18, 2015 at 21:27

    Ooohhh I have never heard of it, but surely would like to try it once due to its benefits 🙂

    • Reply sue November 19, 2015 at 09:47

      I hadn’t either but it is suppose to be a ‘superfood’ 🙂 I’m always looking for healthy alternatives to keep me fit and active. Thanks for your comment.

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