10 Probiotics Drink with many benefit for your mind and body

10 Probiotics Drink with many benefit for your mind and body

Maintaining intestinal health can be done without taking any drugs or supplements. Drinking enough probiotic drinks that contain beneficial bacteria for the body. In addition, probiotic drinks also provide many benefits for the body and brain. Poor intestinal health can be a cause of recurrent skin infections. Instead of using a cream to treat rashes, improve intestinal and skin health by consuming probiotic drinks. Here are some probiotic drinks that can be made at home.

 

yogurt

 

Yogurt

Yogurt is made from milk fermented with Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus bacteria. This bacterium produces lactic acid which decreases the acidity of milk and makes the texture clot.

 

almond milk

 

Almond milk

it's quite easy to make and can be used as a smoothie or even drink it yourself every morning. The recipe doesn't need a lot of ingredients. You only need raw almonds, sea salt, water, probiotic powder, and alcohol-free stevia.

 

Read also : 8 Healthy Foods Containing High Probiotics

 

Buttermilk

 

Buttermilk

Buttermilk is a variety of probiotic drinks that are made through the fermentation of the remaining liquid making butter. This product is low in calories and fat and contains lots of vitamin B12, calcium, and phosphorus.

 

Lacto-fermented lemonade

Lacto-fermented lemonade

These soft drinks are easy to prepare and affordable. Make sure you use fresh lemon when preparing it. Bottled juice contains additives that can damage the fermentation process.

 

Kombucha

Kombucha

Kombucha contains a few strains of bacteria (Acetobacter and Gluconacetobacter are the most common) and a few strains of yeast too, like Saccharomyces boulardii and Zygosaccharomyces kombuchaensis — a strain unique to Kombucha

Kombucha is one of the most popular probiotic drinks. But buying it every day is not really budget-friendly. You can brew kombucha at home.

 

Beet kvass Beets

Beet kvass Beets

offer a lot of probiotics when fermented with whey, salt, and water. Just use one tablespoon of extra salt with whey. Kvass is rich in nutrients and has many health benefits, including preventing cancer, cleansing the liver, providing probiotics to heal the gut, and alkalizing the blood.

 

Coconut water kefir

Coconut water kefir

If you want to improve your digestion and skin, drink this drink regularly. Coconut water has strong antioxidant properties and even prevents kidney stones.

 

Natural fizzy ginger ale

 

Natural fizzy ginger ale

Natural soda using ginger can be another option in producing probiotic drinks. Note that this probiotic drink may contain alcohol when fermented for weeks, so use a short fermentation process to make ginger soda without alcohol.

 

Pineapple ginger tepache

 

Pineapple ginger tepache

There are many reasons to like this fermented beverage apart from the sweet taste of pineapple. The main ingredients (pineapple, ginger, manuka honey) contain enzymes, probiotics, and vitamins. This drink only takes 72 hours to ferment, which is a short period compared to most probiotic drinks.

 

kanji drink

 

Kanji

This Indian drink is made by fermenting vegetables. To make it, you need beets, carrots, mustard powder, water, cayenne pepper, salt, and black pepper.

Jun Tea

Jun tea is like fermented tea aside from it's made with green tea and nectar rather than dark tea and sugar. Another advantage of making Jun tea is that it ages quicker and in colder temperatures than fermented tea, settling on it the ideal decision for colder kitchens.