If you’re passionate about coconuts, lactose-free fermented drinks and cultivating your gut bacteria, then you might like our new partner.
We're delighted to introduce our new partner, Rhythm Health: producers of high-quality fermented probiotic beverages. Now they also offer our test as part of a package with life shot probiotic drinks to improve your gut microbes and show you that it works.
Created by a master fermenter who dreamed of tropical sunsets and coconuts, Rhythm Health was actually conceived on a beach in the Philippines. Since then, it has grown into a proud British company that produces raw (live) probiotic beverages that are GMO-free, vegan, dairy-free and organic.
The answer: cold high pressure processing technology maintained the natural gases produced by fermentation, prevented contamination by less savoury beasties and preserved the raw enzymes inside. This could sound complicated, fortunately they explain what it means.
“It’s like submerging the bottles 35,000 ft below sea level to preserve the drinks as the pressure kills off any unwanted weak microorganisms and, at the same time by nature's design, the spherical (strongest shape in nature) good bacteria survive as they simply squish like a grape inside the bottle under the pressure and spring back to normal size after the pressure is released/switched off.”
Not satisfied with simply launching coconut water kefir, Rhythm Health also launched a 30-day programme of lifeshots that are fermented to contain 200 billion microbes and yeasts including natural probiotics like Bifidobacterium sp., L. acidophilus, L. paracasei, L. rhamnosus and Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Rhythm Health is currently working with a London-based university to put some scientific proof behind their claims, and we can’t wait to see it. But in the meantime, here’s what we do know about probiotics in general.
Scientific evidence confirms that probiotics can:
- support digestive health
- alleviate depression
- reduce inflammation
If you want to learn more about how the ecosystem of microorganisms in your gut can influence your health for better and for worse, check out our information page.