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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Yosa Organic Dairy-Free Smoothies

Finland, the home of the giant Valio lactose-free milk empire, continues to introduce dairy-free goodies on a regular basis. Yosa organic dairy-free smoothies were brought out last year and are being extending to the Swedish and German markets as well.



Yosa smoothie is a delicious combination of high-quality organic oats and organic fruits or berries. With its high content of fruits or berries, each smoothie is an excellent source of natural fiber.

Yosa smoothies contain plenty of living lactic acid- and bifido-bacteria also known as probiotics. Probiotics have been shown to:

increase the amount of beneficial bacteria in the gut
balance the digestion
boost the immune system of gut

The probiotics in Yosa smoothies have been a subject of more than 30 scientific publications. The health-enhancing effects of these specific bifido-bacteria have also been demonstrated in long-term clinical studies.

The smoothies come in mango-vanilla and raspberry red current flavors.

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