How to sleep: Drinking a gut-health drink before bed can result in a better night’s sleep
A DRINK could help boost sleep, according to one nutritionist. Kombucha is thought to aid a better night’s sleep alongside other health benefits.
18:01, Sun, Feb 20, 2022 | UPDATED: 22:40, Sun, Feb 20, 2022
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A nutritionist has backed up suggestions drinking kombucha daily could improve sleep. Eve Kalinik is a nutritional therapist and the author of Happy Gut, Happy Mind.
How to sleep: Drinking a gut-health drink before bed can result in a better night’s sleep (Image: GETTY/MORGAN WHITE)
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She also co-hosts The Wellness Breakdown, a podcast all about wellness trends and whether they really work.
Eve said kombucha could “have a positive influence” on sleep.
It’s been claimed drinking kombucha every day could boost the health of Britons in numerous ways by kombucha brand Nexba, including a better night’s sleep.
The company is encouraging Britons to drink kombucha every day for two weeks in its Good Gut Feels challenge.
How to sleep: Kombucha is thought to aid a better night’s sleep alongside other health benefits (Image: GETTY)
What is kombucha?
Kombucha is a drink made from fermented sweetened black or green tea.
Thought to have originated in China, it is made by fermenting tea using a “mother”, or a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast.
The result is said to be a probiotic, which would boost gut health in a number of ways.