Quality Ingredients & Superior Process

The Gold Standard

Every batch of Kimchi Life undergoes a thorough quality-control process to ensure that each and every capsule contains the highest quality of kimchi.

Superior Process

After fermentation, Kimchi Life is dried using a cold press drying method in order to retain maximum fiber content without sacrificing probiotic CFU count and Live Enzymes.

We are committed to continuously evolving to improve our sustainability practices to do our part in making a happier, healthier planet.

What can Kimchi do for you?

  • Nutrient Rich
  • Unique Probiotics
  • Antioxidants
  • Anti Inflammatory
  • Anti-aging
  • Immune Support
  • Detoxification
  • Energy
  • Metabolism
  • Digestion
  • Hormones
  • Allergies
  • Stomach
  • Heart
  • Brain
  • Liver
  • Kidney
  • Gallbladder
  • Thyroid
  • Bones
  • Joints
  • Skin
  • Hair

Nutrient Rich

Kimchi may be a low calorie food, but it’s high in plenty of the nutrients that your body needs to stay healthy. Kimchi is a great source of vitamin A, B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, beta-carotine, Choline, potassium, calcium, iron, manganese, fiber, and amino acids.

Unique Probiotics

Because it's a fermented food, it boasts numerous probiotics – some only found in kimchi. These healthy microorganisms help regulate your immune system, promote weight loss, fight inflammation, and even slow the aging process.


Oxidative stress is a term that refers to an imbalance of “oxidants” (aka free radicals) and “antioxidants” (substances that help protect your cells from damage).

Kimchi is a great source of antioxidants, which help protect your cells against damage caused by oxidative stress and lower your risk of developing certain diseases.

Anti Inflammatory

Probiotics and active compounds in kimchi and other fermented foods may help fight inflammation. In a mouse study, a kimchi extract administered at 91 mg per pound of body weight (200 mg per kg) daily for 2 weeks lowered levels of inflammation-related enzymes


When kimchi was introduced to human cells in a test tube, it showed to slow the aging cycle of the cell, no matter the age of the cell!

Immune Support

The bacteria that help ferment Kimchi have been connected to improved immune function. Also, the vitamin C found in kimchi can also help boost your immune health.


Professor Miri Kim of the Food Nutrition Department in Chungnam National University discovered Chinese cabbage and radish found in kimchi contain bio-chemicals such as isocyanate and sulfide helpful in detoxifying heavy metals found in your liver, small intestine, and kidney.


Fermented foods like kimchi contain histamine, which can elevate adrenaline, making it a great natural way to boost your energy. Additionally, the riboflavin found in kimchi helps the body metabolize carbohydrates and fats into glucose for energy.


Kimchi helps metabolize carbohydrates to aid in weightloss. Additionally, the capsaicin found in chili peppers in this Korean dish boosts your metabolism and makes you use the excess energy in your body, thereby increasing weight loss.


Consuming the probiotics found in fermented food can help reduce the negative symptoms of many gastrointestinal disorders, such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and colon inflammation.


The (vitamin K2, vitamin C, and iron) in kimchi help the body maintain healthy hormones and hormonal balance.


Some of the strains of lactobacilli found in kimchi may help suppress an overactive respiratory response that many of us who suffer from allergies experience.


Kimchi and other fermented foods enhance the diversity of gut microbes. Increasing microbiome diversity directly benefits stomach health. Long-term dietary intake of kimchi can either rejuvenate H. pylori-associated CAG or prevent gastric carcinogenesis.


Probiotics found in Kimchi have been shown to improve heart health by reducing cholesterol and inflammation. Studies show that kimchi can also reduce your risk of atherosclerosis through its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and cholesterol-lowering properties.


Kimchi may offer some major benefits for your brain. Because kimchi contains compounds that help protect against oxidative stress and inflammation, it may have brain-protective effects. Keeping your gut healthy is also important for your brain, so munching on probiotic-rich foods like kimchi can help your cognitive health.


Consuming more fermented foods can improve your digestion and nutrient absorption, helping you stave off liver disease. Kimchi contains isocyanate and sulfide, which help in detoxifying heavy metals found in your liver.


When it comes to kidney health, research has shown that beneficial microbes can break down and excrete uric acid, reducing the amount of acid that travels to your kidneys.


Keeping the gut balanced reduces the need for bile and takes pressure off the gallbladder. Probiotic-filled foods, like kimchi, can help restore this balance and have an important role in a healthy gallbladder diet.


Gut health has a significant influence on thyroid function. Overall, people with thyroid issues may benefit from eating probiotic-rich foods like kimchi.


Vitamin K plays an important role in bone metabolism (keeping bones from becoming brittle) by helping deliver calcium from blood vessels into the bones.


The fermentation process in kimchi production generates lactic acid bacteria, which have been shown to reduce inflammation, which may relieve joint issues and symptoms of arthritis.


Kimchi helps to prevent wrinkles by keeping skin and hair healthy with selenium. Eating kimchi is excellent for your skin; it reduces signs of aging and gives your skin a youthful glow.


Kimchi has been shown through a comprehensive study of men and women to thicken hair shaft diameter and hair count with over 90% of study participants experiencing positive results within the first 3 months.

Something for everyone

Our belief is that access to safe and effective nutrition is an essential human right. It forms the basis for good health, education, personal growth, and well-being. This is why we have developed a product that empowers you to take charge of your health every day.


“[Kimchi] increases the body metabolism and thus decreases the fat content.”

Yoon et al., Food Science & Nutrition 9, 259-264 (2004).

“Kimchi possesses anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antioxidant, anticancer, antiobesity, probiotic properties, cholesterol reduction, and antiaging properties.”

Patra JK, et al., Frontiers in Microbiology
7(1493), 117-123 (2016).

“Consumption of kimchi on a regular basis helps to increase the immune cell development and growth.”

Patra JK, et al., Frontiers in Microbiology
7(1493), 117-123 (2016).

“Consumption of kimchi on a regular basis helps to increase the immune cell development and growth.”

Patra JK, et al., Frontiers in Microbiology 7(1493), 117-123 (2016).