3 Best Kombucha Brands on the Market

Oct 13, 2020 02:38 PM EDT | By Ernest Hamilton

3 Best Kombucha Brands on the Market

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Kombucha has been a buzzword in the health world recently, and for a good reason. It's a fermented tea that's actually been around for thousands of years. The origin of this tangy drink is thought to be from China or Japan. 

People drink kombucha because of its benefits. It's loaded with probiotics and antioxidants, which are both known to improve gut health, weight loss, fight inflammation and reduce other adverse diseases or medical conditions. 

Depending on what it's mixed with, there are also many vitamins and minerals from the natural flavoring. The brands are usually organic and plant-based, so you won't have to worry about harmful additives, which is a plus because you don't have to concern yourself with getting hurt while drinking them, as our friends in Diamond & Diamond would graciously warn about.

You can make some at home or purchase kombucha at the store. Don't know which ones to buy; we've put together some of the best brands on the market to look for. 

RISE Kombucha 

If you want to explore flavor, you need to find RISE Kombucha. There are eight in the classic edition, including orange & turmeric, ginger, mint & chlorophyll, rose & schizandra, hibiscus & rose hips, lychee & jasmine, lemongrass, and blueberry & maple. RISE Kombucha contains, on average, 5 billion living cultures per bottle. 

If that wasn't enough options for you, try the low sugar RISE Kombucha 1g, which has another four flavors. This line includes kiwi & pineapple, mango & papaya, raspberry & vanilla, and watermelon & mint. 

If you're practicing a keto diet or are watching your sugar intake, these are perfect for you. They have four calories and only 1 gram of sucrose per serving. The RISE Kombucha 1g is raw, unpasteurized, and organic. Look for it at your local health store. 

GT's Enlightened Organic Raw Kombucha 

GT's Enlightened Organic Raw Kombucha has been on the market for 25 years and is a customer's favorite. The company started when a son, Dave, saw his mom heal from breast cancer by drinking kombucha. He wanted to make this miracle elixir available for all. 

There are four types of drinks GT's Enlightened offers. There's the Original, Synergy, Hard, and Limited Edition. There's a wide variety of flavors, and it comes at a reasonable price. 

You can find GT's Enlightened Organic Raw Kombucha at many grocery stores, or you can even order online and get it sent to your house. 

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Health-Ade Organic Kombucha 

In 2012, a husband, wife, and best friend started selling their drink at a small farmer's market. Since then, Health-Ade Organic has grown to be one of the most popular beverages on the market. 

Currently, they brew 120,000 bottles a day, 1,000,000 scobys raised, 65,000 pounds of ginger used monthly, and 60,000 jars are fermented weekly. 

Health-Ade Organic has traditional kombucha in various flavors and Booch Pop, which is their own creation. It's like the original, but with bubbles. They say it's the new kind of soda, filled with the benefits of kombucha and none of the adverse effects of pop.  

It's packed with prebiotics, magnesium, calcium, and cold-pressed fruit. You can enjoy this on a warm summer afternoon with no guilt. You'll actually be feeding your gut with a bunch of goodness. 

The Bottom Line 

Kombucha has become one of the best beverages to feed your body. Whatever brand you choose to buy, or even make at home, you'll feel great after a glass. The probiotics, antioxidants, and other great ingredients will keep you healthy and could even help reduce symptoms of severe medical conditions. 

If you're unsure where to start looking, some trusted brands on the market are RISE Kombucha, GT's Enlightened Organic Raw Kombucha, and Health-Ade Organic. You can find most of them at your local health store, the supermarket, or order them online. 

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