Diplo will be sipping on hard kombucha this summer season. This after the world-famous DJ invested in JuneShine,  one of the leading brands of the hard kombucha craze.

 

It’s hard to think about gin without tonic, right?  It’s like bread without butter or brandy without coke. There are, however, multiple ways to enjoy a gin-based drink without tonic water.

 
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With the Coronavirus now an ever-present reality, it is now more important than ever to protect your health and strengthen your immune system. Simple lifestyle changes such as the reduction of stress, regular and sufficient sleep and exercise create the backdrop for a balanced body, and sensible dietary changes remain critical to flourishing physicality. 

 

Everybody’s into kombucha these days. The fermented tea drink, which is thought to have its origins on the Silk Road in China, is now touted as a gut health booster, thanks to its probiotic qualities. A study in 2012 even found that one bacteria strain commonly found in kombucha reduces genetic damage and inflammation in ways that could lower cancer risk. If you love the sparkly, slightly sour taste of kombucha, you may have wondered about its environmental credentials: is kombucha environmentally friendly? The good news is that largely, the answer is yes.

 

Unless you’ve been on a social media detox for the past few years, chances are, you’ve heard of the bacteria-laden brew called kombucha—the latest health trend that sounds like anything but.

 

More and more of us are taking time off from the hard stuff in order to give their livers a rest. As health and fitness move further and further up the social agenda, getting hammered is falling out of fashion.

 
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Kombucha has been rapidly growing in popularity among hipsters, hippies and health food lovers.