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Biotta Beet Juice -- 32 fl oz


Biotta Beet Juice

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Biotta Beet Juice -- 32 fl oz

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Biotta Beet Juice Description

  • 4 Servings of Vegetables in Each Bottle
  • Gluten-Free
  • Vegan
  • Caffeine-Free
  • GMO-Free

Made from freshly harvested beetroots, this juice is uniquely sweet and earthy. Beets are low in fat and an excellent source of folic acid. They contain valuable natural betacyanin (giving beetroot its violet red color). Betacyans are phyto-nutrients that strengthen the body's own defenses and help maintain cell functions for a strengthened immune system.


Directions

Serving Suggestion: Shake well. Refrigerate after opening. For best quality and freshness use within 7 days of opening.
Free Of
Gluten and GMO.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 8 fl oz (240 mL)
Servings per Container: About 4
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories110
Total Fat95 mg4%
Sodium96 mg4%
Total Carbohydrate24 g9%
  Total Sugars22 g
Includes Added Sugars0 g0%
Protein3 g
Vitamin D0 mg0%
Calcium10 mg0%
Iron0.3 mg2%
Potassium700 mg15%
Not a significant source of calories from fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber, vitamin A and iron.
Other Ingredients: Beetroot juice (lacto-fermented).
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The Benefits of Beets + 10 Ways to Enjoy Them

Rich in calcium, iron, potassium, phosphorous and several other trace minerals, beets have many benefits that, well, simply can’t be beat. If the delicious, nutritious, crimson-colored root veggie isn’t on your radar this fall, it’s time to take notice!

Bright Pink Beetroot Vegetable Salad | Vitacost.com/Blog

How to select and store beets

Not sure what makes one beet better than the next? Look for small or medium-sized veggies that have smooth skin, firm roots and a deep, rich, reddish-purple color. Smaller, younger beets tend to be the most tender than their larger, older counterparts.

Avoid beets with bruises, spots or soft areas, which typically signify spoilage. And forget about those that appear flabby or shriveled: both signs that the roots are old, fibrous and tough. Yuck!

Although leaf quality doesn’t necessarily reflect the condition of the beet, always choose beets with fresh, green leaves if you plan to eat those as well (yes, the entire plant is edible!).

Experts recommend washing beets right before use. To store them, place them in an airtight plastic bag and refrigerate them for up to three weeks.

Preparing and enjoying beets

Beets belong to the chenopod family, along with spinach, chard and quinoa. Believe it or not, they are extremely versatile veggies. Following are 10 traditional and creative ways to enjoy beats this autumn and beyond.

1. Bake them. Remove leaves, scrub the beets, wrap in aluminum foil and pop them into a 400-degree F oven for 45 to 90 minutes, depending on quantity.

2. Grill them. Rid the root veggie of leaves (are you noticing a theme here?) and then wash and skewer the beets. Throw them on the grill and voila, hearty beet-kabobs!

3. Toss them in salads. Hang on to those beet leaves because you’re going to need them! They make a delicious, nutritious addition to your favorite salad recipes.

4. Enjoy them in soup. Clean and chop the beets into small pieces and add them (along with their leaves!) into homemade minestrone or vegetable soup. Or, prepare a bowl of borsht, a classic and popular Russian beet soup.

5. Serve them in stir fry. Enhance your favorite meat-based or vegetable stir fry recipes with sliced beets. They complement any flavor!

6. Pickle them. Move over, cucumbers! Sweet, tangy pickled beets can be enjoyed straight from the jar or added to a colorful pasta salad, boiled with salt and peppe

7. Drink them. Looking for a way to increase your daily veggie intake? Beet juice is a smart solution, and the sweet, earthy flavor is a definite palate pleaser! You can even toss beets in a blender with strawberries, cacao and Vega One Chocolate to make a rich, red velvet smoothie.

8. Crunch them. A wonderful alternative to traditional potato chips, beet chips make a crisp, colorful and satisfying snack. If you can’t find a store-bought brand you love, try making your own batch of oven-baked rainbow beet chips.

9. Use them to supplement. A healthful addition to most diets, beet supplements are available in a variety of forms, including capsules, beet juice and beet powder.

10. Food coloring. Because of their vibrant shade, beets are the perfect choice for all-natural food coloring. Use it to decorate cookies, cupcakes, cakes and more without having to worry about harmful, artificial ingredients.

 

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