Gut health made simple

your daily dose of fermented microdrinks for a happy belly

The simplest daily ritual
for gut health

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LOW IN SUGAR

Our microdrinks are sweetened with organic honey. Enjoy their full flavors without any refined sugars or artificial sweeteners!

NO NEED FOR REFRIGERATION 

Our fermented microdrinks don’t require cold storage to maintain their long shelf life. This combined with their compact size means you can store them anywhere you like!


NO ADDITIONAL FLAVORING

We don’t use any added flavoring ,artificial or natural, just all organic ingredients for a full-bodied experience.

90% LESS CO2

Because they're so compact and don’t require refrigeration, our healthy microdrinks have a 90% smaller carbon footprint than competing products!

Created by a woman in need of a new approach to her health

“In Cidrani we strongly believe that mighty immunity and true creativity originate from the belly. We invented fermented microdrinks as small, simple, everyday ritual that can make significant change for your overall wellbeing.”

-Nika Pintar, founder, CEO

What we stand for

as people and as a company

THIS IS WHO WE ARE

We founded our company basedon our livestyle and we proudly stand by everythig

ONE DAY AT A TIME

Metabolic health can’t be achieved in a day, but it can improve over time. Implementing simple daily rituals into our routine is the only way to see consistent results!

EXCELLENCE IN ALL

We go above and beyond to create products that stand out! We’re always researching new ways to improve, from the ingredients and packaging, to the shipping and experience!

LED BY SCIENCE

In comparison to other products on the market our fermented microdrinks are packed with postbiotics which are scientifically proven to aid in diversifying gut microbiome

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KOMBUCHAGA

“Want to diversify your gut microbiome? Start consuming fermented daily. Many recent scientific papers have shown that a diet rich in fermented foods helps increase the diversity of our intestinal microbiome.

Sebastijan Orlić, PhD - Chief Science Officer at Cidrani

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EASY TO SHIP & PRACTICAL

REFRIGERATION

SHORT TIME TO PREPARE

FLAVORINGS & STABILIZATORS

sometimes

abundant

ADDED SUGARS

sometimes

POSTBIOTICS & HEALTHY ACIDS

abundant

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BLOOD SUGAR CONTROL

ECO FRIENDLY

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“This is a stunning finding. It provides one of the first examples of how a simple change in diet can reproducibly remodel the microbiota across a cohort of healthy adults…There are many more ways to target the microbiome with food and supplements, and we hope to continue to investigate how different diets, probiotics and prebiotics impact the microbiome and health in different groups”

Justin L. Sonnenburg, Associate Professor of Microbiology & Immunology

"Take things to the next level by including a small shot of fermented foods in your diet daily. Fermented foods - like live yogurt, artisanal cheeses, kimchi, kombucha, kefir, and sauerkraut - contain living microbes, known as probiotics. Once you’ve eaten them, these bugs can set up home in your gut, increasing the number and diversity of bacteria that make up your microbiome."

Tim Spector, Professor of Genetics

" Fermented foods provide living bacteria and also supply the fermentation products of those microbes, ie. the chemicals that the microbes make as part of their growth in the fermented food. Bacteria in fermented foods also lowers the glycemic index of that food making it less sugary than in the absence of fermentation....Probiotic supplements are expensive and my guess is that they won't be as good for you as fermented foods would be."

Erica Sonnenburg, PhD, senior research scientist at Stanford University School of Medicine

 "What they discovered was that the fermented foods contributed to gut microbiota diversity. Increased gut microbiota diversity significantly increased anti-inflammatory markers and decreased pro-inflammatory markers like CRP.”

Andrew Hubermann, Ph.D. , Neuroscience Professor

“Microbiota-targeted diets can change immune status, providing a promising avenue for decreasing inflammation in healthy adult. This finding was consistent across all participants in the study who were assigned to the higher fermented food group.”

Christopher Gardner, Ph.D. , Professor

We can increase our stock of good bacteria with probiotics – yoghurt, fermented foods like miso, sourdough bread, blue cheese, olives etc... "We always ate plenty of probiotics until the arrival of 'clean' industrialised food; farmers produced the sauerkraut, the milk and cheese. Of course, some bacteria make people ill, so I am not romantic about it. But this is the one thing I really loved learning about cleanliness – we need to put energy into [maintaining] good bacteria, not always trying to avoid the bad."

Giulia Enders, MD, medical doctor at the Institute for Microbiology in Frankfurt

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