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By Soheir S Abd, El-Salam
Kombucha is a benefit to people suffering from cancer due to increasing its acidity by the bacterium. This study to isolate and identify the bacterium samples from tea kombucha. Six acetic acid bacteria were isolated from traditional Kombucha fermentation of tea belonging to the family ...
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ACID CONTENTS AND THE EFFECT OF FERMENTATION CONDITION OF KOMBUCHA TEA BEVERAGES ON PHYSICOCHEMICAL, MICROBIOLOGICAL AND SENSORY PROPERTIES
By Katarzyna Neffe-Skociska, Barbara Sionek, Iwona cibisz, Danuta Kooyn-Krajewska
Kombucha is a healthy beverage which is a final result of tea fermentation by adding a starter culture of the acetic acid bacteria and yeasts. The effect of fermentation conditions on physicochemical, microbiological, and sensory properties of Kombucha tea beverages was evaluated with emphasis ...
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ANALYSIS OF THE CONDITION AND THE POTENTIAL LENGTH OF FERMENTED KOMBUCHA MEDIUM (TEA, COFFEE, ROSELLA) IN INHIBITING THE GROWTH OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA (VIBRIO CHOLERAE AND BACILLUS CEREUS)
By NURUL AFIFAH
Kombucha fermented drinks contain Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, B15, C, folic acid, glucuronic acid, gluconate acid, acetic acid, chondrotin sulfuric acid, hyaluronic acid, lactic acid, acetaminophen, essential amino acids, and enzymes. Compounds contained in kombucha drinks can be used as ...
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By Mallory Dickmann, Rebecca Schneider, Samantha Armando, Katherine Seehusen, Patrick Hager, Michael J Strauss, Francis M Mann
Kombucha tea (KT) is an acidic, fermented, tea-based beverage associated with a variety of reported health benefits. Specifically, KT consumption has previously elicited hypoglycemic responses in alloxan-induced diabetic rats, implying KT consumption may alleviate symptoms of diabetes. One ...
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By Houda Battikh, Kamel Chaieb, Amina Bakhrouf, Emna Ammar
Kombucha is widely consumed as black tea fermented for 7-14 days. The aim of the present study was to compare the antimicrobial activities of two kombucha beverages originating from green and black teas fermented for 21 days and to characterize the antimicrobial compounds (heat resistance and ...
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By Thummala Sriharia, Krishnamoorthy Karthikesanb, Natarajan Ashokkumarb, Uppala Satyanarayana
Kombucha is a fermented tea beverage produced by fermenting sugared black tea with kombucha mat (consists of bacteria and yeast strains). Diabetes mellitus is a group of metabolic disorders characterized by hyperglycemia resulting from defects in insulin secretion, action or both. The present ...
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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 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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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 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 Radomir V. Malbaa, Eva S. Lonar, Mirjana S. Djuri, Ljiljana A. Kolarov, Mile . Klanja
Local domestic Kombucha was used in the fermentation of 1.5 g L-1 of black tea (Indian tea, "Vitamin," Horgo, Serbia, and Montenegro), sweetened with approximately 70 g L-1 of sucrose. Inoculation was performed either with 10% or 15% (v/v) of fermentation broth from the previous process. The ...
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BEE COLLECTED POLLEN WITH ENHANCED HEALTH BENEFITS, PRODUCED BY FERMENTATION WITH A KOMBUCHA CONSORTIUM
By Elena Utoiu, Florentina Matei, Agnes Toma, Camelia Filofteia Diguta, Laura Mihaela Stefan, Sorin Manoiu, Virgil Valeriu Vrajmasu, Ionut Moraru, Anca Oancea, Florentina Israel-Roming, Caina Pet
The bioavailability of pollen bioactive compounds for humans is limited. In this study, our aim was to enhance the health-related benefits of pollen by fermentation with a Kombucha/SCOBY (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeasts) consortium. We performed the fermentation of pollen suspended ...
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By Selma El Siddig Ahmed, Hamid Ahmed Dirar
This research was carried out to study the biochemical and microbial changes that occur during the fermentation of tea fungus. Tea fungus, also known as Kombucha, is a fermented beverage resulting from the heavy gelatinous growth of a consortium of microorganisms in tea extract and is a popular ...
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By Manoj Narayani, Rasu Jayabalan
Tea fungus, which is used to prepare Kombucha tea (KT), is a symbiotic growth of acetic acid bacteria and osmophilic yeast strains in a thick jelly membrane, which has to be cultured in sugared tea. KT is composed of fermented tea broth and cellulosic pellicle layer. A portion of the cellulosic ...
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By Rasu Jayabalan, Subbaiya Marimuthu, Krishnaswami Swaminathan
Kombucha tea is a fermented tea beverage produced by fermenting sugared black tea with tea fungus (kombucha). Tea polyphenols, which include (-)-epicatechin (EC), (-)-epicatechin gallate (ECG), (-)-epigallocatechin (EGC), (-)-epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) and theaflavin (TF) have been ...
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By E Zubaidah, S Yurista, N R Rahmadani
Kombucha is a fermented tea beverage with the addition of a kombucha starter, also called SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria and Yeast). The purpose of this research was to know the physical, chemical, and microbiological characteristics of kombucha from various varieties of apple kombucha. ...
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CHARACTERIZATION AND ANALYSIS KOMBUCHA TEA ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY BASED ON LONG FERMENTATION AS A BEVERAGE FUNCTIONAL
By Maulina Nurikasari, Yenny Puspitasari, Retno Palupi Yoni, Siwi
Background: Kombucha is a symbiosis between bacteria (Acetobacter) and yeast (Saccharomyces), in English abbreviated SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast). SCOBY in this research will be fermented using green tea media, to make kombucha tea product. Kombucha tea content is very ...
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CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOMASSES, CONCENTRATES, AND PERMEATES OF DRIED POWDER OF KOMBUCHA FERMENTATION OF SPINACH (AMARANTHUS SP.) AND BROCCOLI (BRASSICA OLERACEA) WITH MEMBRANE MICROFILTRATION AND FREEZ
By Tutun Nugraha, Agustine Susilowati, Puspa Dewi Lotulung, Yati Maryati
Fermentation of spinach (Amaranthus sp) and Broccoli (Brassica oleracea) using Kombucha Culture has been shown to produce biomass that has the potential to become natural sources of folic acid. To produce the materials, following the fermentation, the biomass was filtered using membrane ...
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By Samantha Renee Armando, Rebecca Anne Schneider, Francis M Mann
Kombucha is a tea blend that is fermented by a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast (SCOBY) and is of high interest in the United States for its health benefits. Research indicates that Kombucha can improve resistance against cancer, prevent cardiovascular disease, promote digestive ...
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CHEMICAL AND SENSORY EVALUATION OF A FUNCTIONAL BEVERAGE OBTAINED FROM INFUSIONS OF OAK LEAVES (QUERCUS RESINOSA) INOCULATED WITH THE KOMBUCHA CONSORTIUM UNDER DIFFERENT PROCESSING CONDITIONS
By Blanca D Vzquez-Cabral, Nuria E Rocha-Guzmn, Jos A Gallegos-Infante, Silvia M Gonzlez-Herrera, Rubn F Gonzlez-Laredo, Martha R Moreno-Jimnez, Indira T S, Crdova-Moreno
The potential use of non-timber products as alternative sources of functional beverages such as kombucha analogs were evaluated. The fermentation of sweetened oak herbal infusions (Quercus resinosa) with the kombucha consortium was explored. The following conditions of the fermentation process ...
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By Jasmina S Vitas, Aleksandra D Cvetanovi, Pavle Z Makovi, Jaroslava V varc-Gaji, Radomir V Malbaa
Kombucha beverages were produced by fermentation of new types of substrates - yarrow infusions and yarrow subcritical water extracts (SWE). Fermentation process parameters (pH, total acidity, and yield of biomass), chemical composition (organic acids, total phenols and flavonoids, and vitamin C ...
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