Rejuvelac - The Power Drink

Last Modified on Mar 19, 2014

A mainstay in the raw food movement, rejuvelac is a common drink with a variety of health benefits. Rejuvelac is often considered the “power drink” of the raw living food lifestyle, as it does offer so many nutritional payouts. Whether used as a daily nutritional supplement or a periodic additive, rejuvelac is fairly easy to make and is especially effective for health.

What is Rejuvelac?

Often referred to as “living water,” rejuvelac is a nutrient-dense fermented water. While the nutritious liquid is typically made from wheat berries, it can also be made from sprouted rice, barley, and buckwheat. Different flavors and combinations can also be made by mixing the different seeds or grains. It is important to maintain that the seeds or grains from which the rejuvelac is made must be raw, however, as they would not sprout otherwise.

Health Benefits of Rejuvelac

In any of its forms, rejuvelac offers a unique nutrient profile that is extremely beneficial to health. The proteins that constitute the drink are already in amino acid form, making them easy to digest. The mixture is also rich in a number of other nutrients. The liquid is host to vitamin C, vitamin E, B vitamins, and a variety of flora or good bacteria.

With these nutrients and its fermented constitution, rejuvelac offers a wide range of health benefits. As the digestive system is closely linked to overall health, maintaining a healthy digestive tract is crucial. Rejuvelac restores and maintains this health. It can also be used to treat a variety of conditions including Alzheimer’s disease, autism, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and other behavior disorders. The nutritious drink can also be used to treat a range of stomach and colon problems, candida, and many others.

While water alone is a health staple, fermented water or rejuvelac is even better. This substance alone can restore health and maintain wellness in a variety of ways.


General Feedback

04/03/2010: Alfred from Bangkok, Thailand: "At the Wheatgrass spa.. I discovered Rejuvalac.. The Taste similar to ACV.. Easy to make yourself.. Very healthy to drink.. Formented wheat. I can use some input and opinon.. does it work the same as Apple cider vinegar?

Health # 1
Alfred"


How to Make

Approval Ratings
YEA (1)
100%

[YEA]  10/21/2010: Alfred from Bangkok, Thailand: "I found rejuvalac were they were curing cancer patients--with rejuvalac and Wheat Grass juice. ACV is getting expensive. My opinion Rejuvalac will work the same as ACV.. You can make it yourself.. Cost very little.. Good for people who can not find ACV in their Area or country.. Worth a try. The website below how to make Rejuvalac... With pictures and how to do..


Http://www.ehow.com/how_2320602_make-rejuvelac.html


Deep in my Gut.. I know this stuff is good for you.. Keep me informed. I do Care. Alfred"








 



 

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