Have you heard of the fermented probiotic drink called Rejuvelac? The first time I heard of it I was just beginning with all things fermented and this drink intrigued me. I was fermenting so many things and I wanted to try this drink that so many raved about. What is Rejuvelac? A drink made from cultured wheat berries or other grains, and even quinoa. Rejuvelac is high in vitamins B, C, and E, and enzymes. It tastes clean and fresh with a hint of lemon and I enjoy drinking it a lot.
This beverage was developed in the 1980s by health food guru Ann Wigmore and was, and is, extremely popular among raw foodists.
Does it help with alcoholism?
“Rejuvelac cured me of alcoholism,” she states emphatically.
What’s her theory? The Rejuvelac replaces valuable nutrients, she says. “Alcohol eats up B vitamins, and Rejuvelac has hundreds of B vitamins, plus enzymes to help with digestion.” Moen also says Rejuvelac can help with weight loss, too. “Rejuvelac took away my desire for alcohol, and solved my weight problem at the same time. The fat started to fall off in all the right places.” You can read her incredible story by clicking here.
Cultured Food Life Journey
Cultured foods are predigested
Is Rejuvelac alcoholic?
We need all the probiotics, vitamins (B,C, and E), and enzymes we can get. It’s at the foundation of what our bodies need. Our body calls out for these missing nutrients in cravings and addictions and we are eating everything under the sun trying to get these nutrients. We no longer find them in abundance, as we should, in our foods today. Try it and see if you like it and if it helps you. You will know, your body will tell you.
It was the sweetest gift my body gave me this year, more time and energy to do the things I love. I didn’t see this one coming. Every day is a miracle to me.