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Beet Kvass (The Oaklands Whey)


Beet Kvass is an excellent blood tonic, promotes health digestion, regular clearing of the bowels, alkalizes the blood & cleanses the liver. It is very beneficial for reflux sufferers, aiding in the first digestive process in the upper stomach. It is also a good treatment for kidney stones and other ailments and an excellent tonic for chronic fatigue.

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Ingredients: organic Beetroot, Himalayan salt, grass-fed Whey, non-chlorinated Natural Water

More about the ingredients:

  • Beetroot is a powerful antioxidant food, rich is vitamin C, Potassium, Manganese, Folic Acid and Nitrates. It helps to stabilize blood sugar levels.
  • Grass-fed Whey promotes lacto fermentation.
  • Himalayan Salt provides trace minerals

Directions to use: Take approximately 50ml morning and night, 20 munities before or after a meal.

Let food be your medicine.
The Oaklands Whey products are largely lacto-fermented – an ancient food preparation technique where milk products, vegetables, grains, fruits and meat are fermented and preserved via lacto-fermenting. Unlike modern methods of food preservation, which deaden and denature foods, lacto-fermenting enhances the nutrient value in food.
The action of the bacteria makes the nutrient in the cultured foods more readily available to the body. Bacteria also produces vitamins and enzymes that are beneficial for digestion and creates healthy gut flora.


The Oaklands Whey

The Oaklands Whey is a local company with passion about food, about the land and about health. Over the past few years, they have been researching how to create a way of living that is truly regenerative for our community as well as our guests. With that in mind The Oaklands Whey have crafted unique fermented foods to help restore and balance overall health. Let food be your medicine.
The Oaklands Whey


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