Which Health Drinks Are Actually Healthy?

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1. Kombucha
What it is:
Kombucha is a fermented tea, with a culture of yeast and bacteria added to it.
The Claim: It detoxifies your body, boosts your immune system, and ... more 
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1. Kombucha
What it is:
Kombucha is a fermented tea, with a culture of yeast and bacteria added to it.
The Claim: It detoxifies your body, boosts your immune system, and improves digestive and liver health. It's also purported to slow aging, cure hangovers, and lower blood pressure.
The Reality: The jury's out. Many of the claims have yet to be fully proven in a lab. Some studies do point in that direction, but the body of research isn't out there yet. It does, however, contain probiotics, which have been shown to have a number of health benefits.

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It seems like there's a new health drink on the market every day. With promises to prevent cancer and heart disease, boost your immunity, improve digestion, and other amazing results, sometimes these drinks seem too good to be true. And they just might be. From kombucha to coconut water, we're taking a closer look at some of the most popular health drinks on the shelves.


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