Admittedly, I am someone who repeatedly falls prey to the “next great superfood” publicity. I have had my fair share of acai/chia seed/hemp milk/goji berry smoothies and followed with kale chips. Though I tout myself a skeptic, and never really notice any discernable difference in my health, I still seem unable to thwart my curiosity as our groceries diversify. And sometimes I stumble upon something that rocks my world.
In no small way, KeVita has rocked my world. A fermented beverage of ancient origins that has recently been brought back into the light of modernity, KeVita is a wonderfully delicious drink that packs a probiotic punch. This is nothing all that new to those who’ve already been aware of all those awesome little “good bacteria” that make our stomachs happy and who’ve been drinking bottle after bottle of kombucha. However there is a lot that sets KeVita apart from the rest.
First of all, the taste is just lovely. You don’t have to acquire a taste for KeVita. Mild and tangy, the fermented base can be mixed with a variety of juices and other beverages, my favorite being the coconut water (of course suping up its superness with electrolytes and coconut goodness). Secondly, the subtle sweetness of KeVita is derived from organic stevia, thus meaning you are consuming less sugar and calories when you drink KeVita, as opposed to other similar probiotic beverages. This is a huge bonus. On top of that KeVita is certified organic and non-GMO, low calorie, vegan, and dairy, lactose, gluten and soy free.
KeVita Sparkling Probiotic Drink is delicious vitality in every sip. At the heart of KeVita is its proprietary culture with four strains of live probiotics. Created for optimum health, KeVita is handcrafted in its own facility in Southern California. Enjoy a variety of low calorie flavors including Coconut, Lemon Ginger and Pomegranate. KeVita is certified organic, non-dairy, non-GMO, gluten free and vegan. Known for its light and refreshing taste, KeVita is the fastest growing brand in the functional beverage category.