7 PROMISING BENEFITS OF DRINKING KUROZU
Kurozu is immensely healthful, and it has been extensively researched upon for many years. These are some of the health benefits that serve as nourishment with the regular consumption of kurozu.
BENEFITS OF KUROZU
- Relieves stress and body fatigue by breaking down lactic acids
- Detoxifies the Liver
- Stabilizes Blood Pressure and Prevents Arteries From Hardening with Plaque
- Promotes Digestion and Reduces Constipation
- Breaks Down Fat, Lowers Cholesterol
- Protects Against Bacterial Infection and Toughens the Immune System
- Stabilizes Any Potential Spikes in Blood Glucose Levels
Relieves stress and body fatigue by breaking down lactic acids
When lactic acids build up in your body, it can be discomforting. As we exercise, the glucose in our blood gets broken down into lactic acid ? this is then processed by the liver and then converted for the muscles to work further with. However, too much lactic acid can be very uncomfortable for physical exertion, and drinking kurozu can aid in quickening the conversion process for the lactic acid, thus relieving the discomforting build up of lactic acid. Kurozu contains acetic acid, which, contrary to popular belief, is an alkaline ingredient that plays a big role in alkalising blood. Lactic acid in the blood is highly acidic, but with the consumption of the miraculous acetic acid in kurozu, a person can neutralise and significantly reduce the amount of lactic acid and fatigue in the body!
Detoxifies the Liver
The liver is pivotal in filtering the blood that comes from the rest of the body. If the liver is not functioning optimally, digestion and other bodily functions will be affected. The liver also detoxifies chemical toxins and other drugs. As such, the liver may occasionally be overworked and ?over-processed? from the amount of sodium or sugar consumption. Kurozu can help to cleanse and detoxify the liver, aiding the tedious processes the liver has to go through every day. Particularly for the liver, kurozu is quite a strong medicinal agent in providing the extra detoxifying power it needs on days when the liver gets under the weather.
Stabilises Blood Pressure and Prevents Arteries From Hardening with Plaque
It is the acetic acid in kurozu that helps to stabilise or reduce the activity of the enzyme ?renin?, bringing down blood pressure. Your body contains two types of cholesterol: good and bad. In the absence of sufficient good cholesterol, bad cholesterols will oxidise and become plaque inside arteries. Kurozu contains anti-oxidising properties that prevents the oxidation of the bad cholesterols, slowing down the collection of plaque in the blood vessels.
Imagine kurozu as a coffee filter, and the enzyme renin (too much can cause high blood pressure) as the coffee beans. When the hot water is added to the filter containing the beans, it is as though the kurozu as the filter ensures the power of the beans does not get overwhelming for the drinker – yet still powerful enough to retain good taste. Similarly, kurozu ?stabilises? the activity of the renin to bring down blood pressure and prevents the renin activity from ?taking over completely? and go wild!
Promotes Digestion and Reduces Constipation
Kurozu boosts saliva secretion and stimulates salivary glands, and this in turn promotes the digestion process. The acetic acid in kurozu also increases stomach acid, which speeds up digestive activity after meals. This same acetic acid also serves to ease constipation as it lowers pH in the colon and enhances peristalsis (wave-like contractions in digestive tract).
Breaks Down Fat, Lowers Cholesterol
Acetic acid in kurozu helps to block certain enzymes? abilities to create fatty acids in the body. The process, which is called ?inhibition of lipogenesis?, gets slowed down or suppressed by the presence of acetic acid. Kurozu?s high acetic acid content modulates triglyceride levels to help lower cholesterol, as well as reduce fat lipids in the bloodstream.
Protects Against Bacterial Infection and Toughens the Immune System
Acetic acid, which is abundant in kurozu, acts as a really great disinfectant against bacteria. It can take on the likes of many kinds of bacteria, like E. Coli or salmonella. Taken daily, kurozu can strengthen your immune system and protect you from potential bacterial infection.
Stabilises Any Potential Spikes in Blood Glucose Levels
Acetic acid, kurozu?s key active ingredient, is effective in reducing the glucose and insulin levels in the consumer?s body, especially after meals when these levels they spike the highest. Kurozu has been proven to lower blood glucose levels, and it is recommended to be taken alongside meals (one or two tablespoons) or after them. If you?re diabetic, it?s best to consult your doctor first.
Why Not Reap The Benefits of Kurozu Now?
There are many benefits with drinking Kakuida?s kurozu, especially because of the presence of its star ingredient, acetic acid. However, many people are not accustomed to consuming kurozu the way they do with their favourite drinks, and that?s where Kakuida?s is stepping in to change things. We can?t ignore the immense value acetic acid in kurozu adds to a person?s lifestyle and body. Our store provides a variety of delicious and familiar flavours/ingredients mixed together with a healthy amount of kurozu, which cater to all our consumers.
If you have been looking for good japanese black vinegar in Singapore, why not visit us at Kakuidas? There is a large range of tasty kurozu delicacies such as kurozu baked donuts, kurozu lemon tea, and even kurozu ice cream! Be sure to check out our menu.
The best part is, all these things won?t taste like how you?d expect traditional vinegar to taste like. In Kakuida?s Kurozu, a little food experimentation goes a long way, and we are continually yielding fantastic results and combinations!
Visit Kakuida’s at Icon Village today!