segunda-feira, 26 de setembro de 2016

Biotta – Organic Non-GMO Vegan Concentrated Juices?

If your’e anything like me, you probably don’t have the healthiest diet.

When you have a choice to either eat broccoli or french fries who in their right mind chooses broccoli? Amirite?

Fortunately for us, there’s an alternative to getting good nutrition without eating bland foods.


I’m not talking the “healthy” juices that claim to be good for you but taste like candy. No. I’m talking really healthy juice. I’m talking juice so healthy you’ll probably never want to eat vegetables or fruit the traditional way again.

Who makes this juice? Biotta

What Is Biotta Juices?

Biotta Juices is an Oraganic, Non-Gmo, Vegan-friendly Juice manufacturer that makes juices from the finest ingredients and of the highest quality.

Its origin is in Switzerland when the company was founded in 1931 by Dr. Hugo Brandenberger. It’s goal then and now is to produce top-quality juice from vegetation to enhance the health of all who taste it.

Since it’s inception, Biotta has farmed over 1,700 acres of chemical free land, which is unparrelled in the industry they occupy. Many companies claim to be all about your health, but Biotta walks the walk.

This company culture is kept intact by way of their partnership with three generations of family farmers. Working exclusively with these farmers plays a big role in the reason why the ingredients Biotta uses are so pure and high quality.

Biotta offers over 10 juices that all have health benefits according to the type of fruit/vegetable used in it’s ingredients. Now this amount of flavors may be underwhelming to some who are used to highly processed fruit juices, but in this case less is more.

You’ll get more nutritional value from just a sip of Biottas juices than you would from that highly processed crap that currently saturates your local grocery stores.

Production Process

To make a quality product requires quality production.

The process can be broken down into 3 steps:

  1. The process begins with the fruits and vegetables to be included in the juices undergo a rigorous process of being inspected thoroughly and then cleaned.

After this, they enter into a closed off manufacturing processed. Biotta claims that after this step, the juices won’t be exposed to air again until a customer opens the bottle.

  1. You might think the next step is Biotta pressing the fruit/vegetables for juices, and you’d be wrong. The juice isn’t pressed out, it’s pulled out through a process of centrifugation.

For those of you not familiar, centrifugation is an apparatus that rotates at high speed and by centrifugal force separates substances of different densities.

Science is awesome.

  1. The third step is pasteurization. This occurs under low heat to ensure nutrients remain in tact. After this is done, it’s time for inspection, which is the last thing to occur before the juice is shipped off.

In a nutshell, Biottas philosophy is the fewer people that handle their juices, the better. Their pair this mindset with a super sciency approach to creating an awesome product.

Speaking of which…

Types of Juices

The star of the show.

These juices have been produced with so much care and consideration that you’ll be hooked after your first bottle.

These drinks stand out so much because there’s virtually nothing comparable on the market right now. Nothing. It has the feel of a product from your local farmers market but packaged better.

Here’s a list of all of the different juices offered as well as their health benefits:

Beet Juice- Made from organically harvested beets.  It is chalked full of potassium and naturally occurring nitrates which improve circulation.

Consuming this juice can also enhance cognitive functioning and lower your risk for stroke. Energy levels may also rise. Last but not least, type 2 diabetes risk may lower.

Bilberry Juice- This juice works wonders for the eyes and heart. It can also help with cardiovascular issues as well as regulate blood glucose.

Black Curant- Another juice that can help improve eyesight and cognitive functioning. Its made from black currants which have known to be used as a natural preventative measure for Alzheimers.

Breuss Vegetable Juice- Breuss can be used as a natural cancer deterrent. It was featured in Dr. Breuss book “The Breuss Cancer Cure”, so there’s definitely science available to back up this claim. Drinking this on an empty stomach can also help with fasting.

Carrot Juice- This juice has potent antioxidant properties. Regular consumption can reduce the risk of stroke and help detoxify the liver.

Celery Root Juice- Phenomenal for the kidneys since it helps balance you PH levels and prevent kidney stones. Celery Root Juice also can reduce anxiety and take you to new levels of hydration.

Elderberry Juice- This antioxidant-rich juice can help with respiratory illness. It’s also a great source of Potassium.

Mountain Cranberry Juice- Everyone knows that cranberries are good for bladder health. But this juice takes it a step further.

Mountain Cranberry Juice is anti-inflammatory and it benefits cardiovascular systems as well as digestive systems. It’s basically cranberries on steroids.

Sauerkraut Juice- This juice is made from fermented cabbages. Cabbages are good for digestion, which means this juice is as well. If you’re low on Vitamin C, this is the juice for you.

Tart Cherry Juice- Want sleep? Buy this juice, it’s great for it. It’s also the perfect remedy for anyone having issues with gout.

Vegetable Juice- Obviously antioxidant rich since it’s composed pure vegetables. This juice is great for your immune system and heart. Drink to your health!


Health is paramount.

It used to be that you had to suffer through a bland meal in order to get the nutrients necessary for your body to function properly, but nowadays you can just drink a delicious juice and reap the same benefits.

Thanks, future! I’d highly encourage you to give this company a try. To your health! Cheers!

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