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By Rodrigo Jos Santos Jnior, Rejane Andrade Batista, Sheyla Alves Rodrigues, Lauro Xavier Filho, lvaro Silva Lima
The kombucha is a consortium of yeast and bacterias originally from China and able to produce a fermented broth, which presents antimicrobial activity against some pathogenic microorganisms. The goal of this work was to investigate the antimicrobial activity of fermented broth by kombucha ...
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By You-Ying Tu, Hui-Long Xia
Green tea kombucha made of sugar and single yeast was investigated for its antimicrobial activity and composition changes during fermentation. Individual and total tea polyphenols, caffeine, sucrose, reducing sugar, total sugar, pH, acetic acid and total acids, ethanol concentration, superoxide ...
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By You-Ying Tu, Hui-Long Xia
Green tea kombucha made of sugar and single yeast was investigated for its antimicrobial activity and composition changes during fermentation. Individual and total tea polyphenols, caffeine, sucrose, reducing sugar, total sugar, pH, acetic acid and total acids, ethanol concentration, ...
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By Aleksandra S. Velianski, Dragoljub D. Cvetkovi, Sinia L. Markov, Vesna T. Tumbas, Slaana M. Savatovi
Kombucha is a beverage traditionally produced by the metabolic activity of yeasts and acetic acid bacteria. The antimicrobial activity of lemon balm Kombucha, as well as of particular control samples, was determined by the agar-well diffusion method. Antioxidant activity on stable ...
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By Houda Battikh, Kamel Chaieb, Amina Bakhrouf, Emna Ammar
Kombucha is a traditional refreshing beverage obtained by the fermentation of sugared tea with a powerful symbiosis of acetic bacteria and yeasts. This drink has been intensively consumed for a long time worldwide for its prophylactic and therapeutic properties. In the present study, we have ...
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By Maria S Polozova
Kombucha is a symbiotic community of bacteria and yeast that is used to ferment sweetened tea and produce a sour, slightly sparkling beverage. The bacterial component of Kombucha is invariant, being composed of a cellulose-producing strain of Gluconobacter. The yeast component of Kombucha is ...
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ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITIES OF KOMBUCHA PREPARED FROM THREE DIFFERENT SUBSTRATES AND CHANGES IN CONTENT OF PROBIOTICS DURING STORAGE
By Caili Fu, Fen Yan, Zeli Cao, Fanying Xie, Juan Lin
Kombucha is a health-promoting fermented beverage worldwide. The present study compared the free-radical scavenging abilities and total reducing power (TRP) of kombucha prepared from low-cost green tea (LGTK), black tea (BTK), and tea powder (TPK). LGTK had the highest scavenging abilities ...
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ANTIOXIDANT AND ANGIOTENSIN-CONVERTING ENZYME INHIBITORY ACTIVITY OF EUCALYPTUS CAMALDULENSIS AND LITSEA GLAUCESCENS INFUSIONS FERMENTED WITH KOMBUCHA CONSORTIUM
By Claudia I Gamboa-Gmez, Rubn F Gonzlez-Laredo, J Alberto Gallegos-Infante, M del Mar, Larrosa Prez, Martha R Moreno-Jimnez, Ana G Flores-Rueda, Nuria E Rocha-Guzmn
Physicochemical properties, consumer acceptance, antioxidant, and angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitory activities of infusions and fermented beverages of Eucalyptus camaldulensis and Litsea glaucescens were compared. Among physicochemical parameters, only the pH of fermented beverages ...
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ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF KOMBUCHA BEVERAGES PREPARED USING BANANA PEEL, COMMON NETTLES AND BLACK TEA INFUSIONS
By Ali Ebrahimi Pure, Monir Ebrahimi Pure
Kombucha is a several thousand years old traditional fermented beverage originated from East. While black tea infusion is the common substrate for preparing kombucha, other herbal infusions can be applied for this reason too. Common medicinal herbs or even waste herbal materials, like banana ...
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By Ali Ebrahimi Pure, Monir Ebrahimi Pure
Background and Objective: Garlic, in different types, is a very common food ingredient all over the world. Traditionally, garlic is fermented in grape vinegar to produce garlic pickles; in this study, to produce a novel fermented food, garlic was fermented in kombucha beverage; then, ...
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By Monia Deghrigue, Jihene Chriaa, Houda Battikh, Kawther Abid, Amina Bakhrouf
The present study was conducted to evaluate the antiproliferative and antimicrobial activities of kombucha tea. We investigated in vitro the efficacy of kombucha tea for its antiproliferative effects by its potential cytotoxic activity using the MTT colorimetric method against two human cancer ...
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ANTIPROLIFERATIVE AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF TRADITIONAL KOMBUCHA AND SATUREJA MONTANA L. KOMBUCHA
By Dragana D etojevi-Simin, G M Bogdanovic, Dragoljub D Cvetkovi, Aleksandra S Velianski
Purpose: To carry out a preliminary investigation of the biological activity of Kombucha beverages from Camellia sinensis L. (black tea) and Satureja montana L. (savory winter tea), that have consuming acidity. Materials and Methods: Cell growth effect was measured by sulforhodamine B ...
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By A S Velianski, D D Cvetkovi, S L Markov
Kombucha, traditional fermented beverage, is typically prepared by fermenting sweetened black tea using tea fungus (symbiosis of acetic acid bacteria and yeasts). Because of the useful effects of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) as well as L- and D-lactic acid, LAB suspension of natural isolates was ...
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APPLICATION OF NON-SACCHAROMYCES YEASTS ISOLATED FROM KOMBUCHA IN THE PRODUCTION OF ALCOHOL-FREE BEER
By Konstantin Bellut, Maximilian Michel, Martin Zarnkow, Mathias Hutzler, Fritz Jacob, David P De, Schutter, Luk Daenen, Kieran M Lynch, Emanuele Zannini, Elke K Arendt
Alcohol-free beer (AFB) is no longer just a niche product in the beer market. For brewers, this product category offers economic benefits in the form of a growing market and often a lower tax burden and enables brewers to extend their product portfolio and promote responsible drinking. ...
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APPLICATION OF THE KOMBUCHA 'TEA FUNGUS' FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF ANTIOXIDANT AND STARCH HYDROLASE INHIBITORY PROPERTIES OF TEN HERBAL TEA
By Mindani I. Watawanaa, Nilakshi Jayawardenaa, Candy Choob, Viduranga Y. Waisundaraa
Ten herbal teas (Acacia arabica, Aegle marmelos flower, A. marmelos root bark, Aerva lanata, Asteracantha longifolia, Cassia auriculata, Hemidesmus indicus, Hordeum vulgare, Phyllanthus Emblica, Tinospora cordifolia) were fermented with the Kombucha 'tea fungus'. The PH values of the fermented ...
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By G S Murugesan, Muthuswamy Sathishkumar, Krishnaswami Swaminathan
Arsenic contamination in groundwater poses a serious threat to human health. The tea fungus, a waste produced during black tea fermentation, has been examined for its capacity to sequester the metal ions from groundwater samples. Autoclaved fungal tea mat and autoclaving followed by FECl3 ...
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