It could help with GI issues and only requires two ingredients to make.
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Today's topic: a drink to rival kombucha
Experts speculate that it acts like kombucha (fermented tea), which provides a host of nutrients that are good for your gut. “Grains can be high in certain nutrients, but we don’t know yet how much of these make it into the beverage product,” explains Jennifer Senecal, a New York City-based nutritionist. According to the textbook Contemporary Nutrition, the drink is generally rich in protein, healthy carbs, phosphates, and vitamins B, C, E, and K.