I would like to introduce you to Mia, my assistant! Together we have taken on a 30 day Tonica Kombucha Challenge. I have been a kombucha drinker for a couple of years, so my challenge is to up the amount I am drinking everyday (to half a bottle) and track any changes I notice. Whereas with Mia, kombucha is completely new to her body! So she is going to have totally different experience. Together we are going to track our challenge with you and share all the fun details! Sip along with us and share your challenge!
Having never tried kombucha before working for Marni Wasserman and the Fully Nourished Team, I was curious what all the fuss was about! Marni offered me a bottle of Tonica Kombucha, I tried it, and wow! I could feel it working after just a few sips. Tonica Kombucha got rid of that sluggish, heavy feeling that sometimes follows a meal. It allowed me to get right back to work with ease and I felt great!
That’s when Zoey from Tonica suggested that I do a 30 Day Tonica Kombucha challenge to really feel the full effects of her amazing product! Of course I jumped right in, and am about 1/3 of the way through. More details to come on the specifics of how it makes me feel, but in the meantime I thought I’d leave you with some interesting facts on the background of kombucha that Zoey shared with me!
1. Kombucha is a living, cultured beverage made by fermenting sweetened tea with the kombucha culture. During the 3-5 week culturing process, the kombucha culture converts the tea solution into a living beverage filled with billions of active enzymes , cleansing acids, and antioxidants.
2. Kombucha can be traced back as far as 221 bc, when the emperor of the Tsin Dynasty first declared it the kingdom’s “Tea of Immortality”. Today folks all across Japan and China, and most especially in Eastern European countries recall their grandparents making this health boosting brew daily for their families.
More to come from my amazing Tonica Kombucha 30 Day Challenge!
Have you ever tried Kombucha?
Have you ever tried Tonica Kombucha?
What have you noticed?