Health-Ade Pomegranate Kombucha, 6 pk./16 oz.

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    Product Overview
    Health-Ade Kombucha is a living, bubbly fermented tea. This kombucha is chock-full of probiotics and detoxifying acids, expertly brewed to help your gut do its thing. Your gut needs fuel to do the job. That’s where probiotics come in: the good bacteria that fortify a healthier gut, so you can feel your absolute best. And yes, Health-Ade kombucha contains them.

    Product Features:

  • Exclusively at BJ's
  • Living Probiotics - Probiotics are living bacteria that are known to improve gut health. When consumed, they contribute to a diverse microbiome which helps the rest of your body stay balanced.
  • Detoxifying Acids - During the fermentation process health acids like acetic, lactic, gluconic and glucaronic acid are produced. These hard-workers support your body's natural ability to detoxify, clearing out the icky stuff and reducing inflammation
  • Natural Antioxidants - Antioxidants make up your body's molecular clean-up crew. These plant-based substances are known to neutralize free radicals, which are unstable molecules that can lead to illness and disease.
  • Health-Ade Kombucha is certified Non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free, organic and kosher
  • Aids digestion, more energy, supports overall wellness
  • Like taking candy straight out of nature. Pomegranate is a naturally sweet treat that has the guts to stand on its own
  • Perfect for hard-earned lunch breaks, a sweet tooth swap out, refueling on the go
  • Includes pomegranate kombucha, 6 pk./16 oz.

  • Ingredients: Organic Kombucha*, Pomegranate Juice†, Pomegranate Essence†, Live Active Cultures (bacillus Coagulans Mtcc 5856) Organic Kombucha: Filtered Water, Acids from Fermentation (acetic†, Lactic, Gluconic, Tartaric), Cane Sugar†, Live Kombucha Cultures, Black Tea†, Green Tea†, Carbonation.

    Product Warnings and Restrictions: Kombucha should not be consumed if left unrefrigerated for an extended period of time. Pregnant/Breastfeeding? Consult your doctor. Due to natural fermentation, there may be trace amounts of alcohol and small pieces of culture.

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