Is Health-Ade Kombucha Actually Good For You?

Are all kombuchas created equal? Not exactly. Even though the kombucha industry is worth $2.64 billion across the globe according to Grand View Research, only four brands

dominate the market in the U.S. According to Well+Good, these brands are KeVita, GT's, Humm Kombucha, and Health-Ade Kombucha. So while you may be reaching for a classic booch

flavor like lemon, chances are the taste and nutritional benefits may differ slightly across brands. Let's take a look at Health-Ade Kombucha. For those of you unfamiliar

with kombucha, it's a fermented tea that supports a healthy gut microbiome. Not only does it support digestion, but WebMD shares that it boosts energy, enhances your immune

system, supports weight loss efforts, and improves heart health. The base is typically a mix of black or green tea, sugar, and SCOBY which then gets fermented. Add in sweet,

floral notes or spicy aromas, and wallah -- you've made kombucha. While the process is a bit more complicated, Health Ade's process stands out from the crowd. Unlike other

companies that may have to cut corners for mass production, Health-Ade has vowed to stay true to its mission (per Spoon University). They intend to stay preservative-free, use

only cold-pressed juices, non-GMO, stay vegan, raw, Kosher, and gluten-free -- and remain 100% organic. That means while you're sipping away on your favorite booch, you can rest

assured you're only ingesting the best possible ingredients for the best possible benefits.