The best of nature – uniquely combined. LaVita combines knowledge of micronutrients (vitamins and trace elements) with nutritional science and herbalism.
The organic vegetables come from southern Germany. It contains a dozen carefully matched and particularly nutritious varieties such as broccoli, carrots, beetroot and spinach.
Our local fruit comes from meadow orchards, like our old apple varieties. Sea buckthorn, rose hips and sloes are also found in LaVita. Exotic fruits ensure its many enzymes. In total, we have selected over 20 types of fruit for LaVita.
Guaranteed free from harmful substances and additives thanks to control of both the raw materials and the end product.
The hand-pressed herbal broth made from over 20 herbs is fermented in barrique barrels. This breaks the ingredients down, which come for example, from milk thistle, nettle, ginger and artichoke, and makes them available to the body.
The high-quality vegetable oils obtained from pumpkin seeds, linseed, grape seeds and borage seeds are gently cold-pressed. This way, all valuable ingredients are preserved. The oils enable the body to better absorb the fat-soluble vitamins D, E and K. Aloe vera, green tea and maté extract complete the recipe.
The LaVita ingredients list
LaVita is a juice concentrate from fruit and vegetables with herbal extracts, vegetable oils, vitamins and minerals: Fruit juice concentrate (70 %) from oranges, lemons, apples, papaya, grapes, pineapple, passion fruit, strawberries, cherries, currants, aronia berries, cranberry, pomegranate, sloes, elderberries, blueberries, sea buckthorn berries, barberry, rose hips; lactic acid fermented vegetable juice (12 %) from beetroot, carrots, parsnip, cucumber, onion, sauerkraut, paprika; concentrated vegetable juice (6 %) from beetroot, parsnip, carrots, cucumber, paprika, sauerkraut, fennel, onions, tomatoes; broccoli, spinach, Jerusalem artichoke extract; Herbal extract (5 %) of thyme, wild garlic, lemon balm, dandelion, lime blossom, rosemary, artichoke, ginger, rose hip, sage, basil, parsley, garden fennel, nettle, tormentil, ribwort plantain, bibernelle, horsetail, centaury, hops, woodruff, aniseed, yarrow, milk thistle; fruit puree from honeydew melon; banana puree; acerola cherry extract; vegetable oils (1.5 %) from borage seeds, pumpkin seeds, grape seeds, linseed; aloe vera juice; inulin; green tea extract, mate extract; vitamin C, magnesium citrate, vitamin E, zinc gluconate, niacin, L-carnitine tartrate, iron fumarate, pantothenic acid, biotin, omega-3 fatty acids from linseed oil, coenzyme Q10, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, vitamin B1, vitamin D3, manganese sulphate, vitamin B2, vitamin K2, copper sulphate, vitamin K1, folic acid, sodium selenite, sodium molybdate
Fruit, vegetables, herbs and vegetable oils, carefully matched to each other. They form the basis for LaVita. We pay particular attention to the complete ripening of the ingredients - after all, a large part of the vitamins and secondary plant substances are only formed in the final phase of the ripening process.
Acerola cherries, pineapples, apples, aronia berries, bananas, barberry, cranberries, strawberries, pomegranate, rose hips, blueberries, elderberries, honeydew melons, currants, cherries, passion fruit, oranges, papayas, sea buckthorn, sloes, grapes, lemons
broccoli, fennel, cucumber, carrot, paprika, parsnip, beetroot, sauerkraut, spinach, tomato, Jerusalem artichoke, onion
Aniseed, artichokes, wild garlic, basil, beavers, nettles, garden fennel, rose hips, hops, ginger, lime blossom, dandelion, milk thistle, lemon balm, parsley, rosemary, sage, yarrow, ribwort, centaury, thyme, tormentil, woodruff, horsetail
Oils and special ingredients
Borage seed oil, pumpkin seed oil, linseed oil, grape seed oil, aloe vera juice, green tea & mate extract, lactic acid fermented vegetable juice
Nature has more to offer than vitamins – and that is what LaVita takes advantage of. Fruits, vegetables and herbs also contain the full variety of phytochemicals. In natural foods, they always work together with the vitamins and trace elements. These substances are called polyphenols, flavonoids or carotenoids. In plants, they are responsible for the colouring and for protecting against UV rays.