Oats contains high fibre, good quality protein and complex minerals such as thiamine, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, manganese, selenium, and iron.
We know of no single food which can deliver all the nutrients we need for a healthy living. That’s why we go an extra mile to make a oatmeal even better by infusing flaxseed, grapeseed and konjac with a precise formulated proportion to deliver a powerful breakfast.
Flaxseed has a unique composition of Omega-3, 6 and 9. Most of us know the importance of Omega-3 . However, little is said about the ratio between Omega-3 and 6. This ratio influences triglycerides which has direct implications on heart hearth, metabolism and diabetes risks and has a bigger impact on health.
Grapeseed is rich in one of the most powerful antioxidants; OPC which is known to be anti-aging and has the potential to protect our heart. For the same reason, many people consume a moderate amount of red wine regularly.
Most of the high fibre foods are high in insoluble fibre, which helps to bulk up the dietary waste so that toxins can be expelled out from the body quickly. It is also well known that high fibre food helps in a smooth bowel movement thus easing constipation.
Lesser is known about soluble fibre as it is less common in food. Soluble fibre, gets to have a deeper interaction with our digestive system (while insoluble fibre mostly travels through the digestive system). Soluble fibre attaches itself to cholesterol particles and takes them out of the bloodstream thus lowering cholesterol level and the risks of heart disease.
Soluble fibre slows down blood sugar release and prevents sugar spikes thus reducing the implications arising from diabetes.