Kombucha Research & Scientific Studies



3 search results in "Kefir"


A REVIEW ABOUT PROBIOTIC FOODS: KEFIR, KIMCHI AND KOMBUCHA.

By Felix Ash

This article summaries the few selected probiotic foods like Kefir, Kimchi, and Kombucha. These are all the food products that contain high probiotic benefits while comparing with other normal intake. The author has explained how to prepare these probiotic foods and their nutritional values and ...

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EVALUATION OF THE GLUCURONIC ACID PRODUCTION AND OTHER BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF FERMENTED SWEETEN-BLACK TEA BY KOMBUCHA LAYER AND THE CO-CULTURE WITH DIFFERENT LACTOBACILLUS SP. STRAINS

By Nguyen K Nguyen, Ngan TN Dong, Phu H Le, Huong T Nguyen

The interactions between lactic acid bacteria (LAB) and acetic acid bacteria (AAB) from Kefir and Kombucha (KBC) have been concerned during the last decade since their positive stimulation on the growth rate, biomass, and secondary metabolites. However, more study needs to be conducted to ...

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RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGYTO OPTIMIZE A BIOPROCESS FOR KEFIRAN PRODUCTION

By Jos Manuel Pais-Chanfrau, Luis Enrique Trujillo Toledo, Paola Margarita Alvarado Cndor, Milton Jimmy Cuaran Guerrero, Jimmy Nez Prez, Leonor Margarita Rivera Intriago

Kefiran is an edible biopolymer formed by a galactose and glucose chain in nearly equal proportions. This biopolymer has important applications in the pharmaceutical and food industries. This is produced by the action of an acid-lactic bacteria and yeast consortium on lactose present in the ...

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