- Nutritious, heart healthy goodness
- Enjoy the all natural flavors
- Made with organic ingredients
Nurturing People, Nature & Spirit.
- Low Sodium
- Whole Grains
- 0g Trans Fat
What's So Special About Organic Whole Oats?
Our delicious organic whole grain oats supply nutritious, heart healthy goodness that provides an even, balanced energy release to carry you through a long active day. Research has shown that oats contain a soluble fiber that may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. There are also indications that when combine with moderate exercise, eating oats may have a positive effect on the immune system*. It only takes two portions of oat cereal per day to lower your LDL cholesterol**. Oats can result in lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, as seen in a comparison study conducted with a group of people that followed a lower fiber diet.*** Research has also shown that by enjoying oats on a regular basis, you may lower your systolic blood pressure and blood lipids^.
Oats and your Glycemic Index (GI)
A study carried out in Toronto found that a high level of beta-glucan, a type of soluble fiber in oats, when added to foods, resulted in a lower Glycemic Index (GI) rating. That's because, a controlled supply of glucose to the blood provides a steady level of energy for all types of people, and in particular, those with diabetes.
Our organic hot oatmeal is made with whole grain steel cut organic rolled oats- including the bran. So, start your day with a wholesome and delicious bow of our whole grain organic oats- just add hot water and enjoy! All the convenience in a nutritious and healthy portion pack that's quick and easy to prepare.
Diets that are low in saturated fat and cholesterol, that include soluble fiber from oatmeal, may reduce the risk of heart disease.
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- No Herbicides
- No Preservatives
- No Additives
- No Irradiation
- Enriched Soil
- Less Soil Erosion
- Less Groundwater Pollution
- Improved Farm Biodiversity
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*Davis et al., (2003) "Effects of moderate exercise and oat (beta)-glucan on innate immune function and susceptibility to respiratory infection", Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol., epub only.
**Davy et al., (2002) "High-fiber oat cereal compared with wheat cereal consumption favorably alters LDL-cholesterol subclass and particle numbers in middle-aged and older men", Am J Clin Nutr 351-358.
***Keenan et al., (2002) "Oat Ingestion Reduces Systolic and Diastolic Blood Pressure in Patients with Milk or Borderline Hypertension: A Pilot Trial", J Fam Practice, 369.
^Slatzman et al., (2001) "An Oat-Containing Hypocaloric Diet Reduces Systolic Blood Pressure and Improves Lipid Profile beyond Effects of Weight Loss in Men and Women". J. Nutr, 1465-1470.
Certified organic refers to agricultural products that have been grown and processed according to strict uniform standards, verified annually by independent state or private organizations such as Quality Assurance International. The QAI seal is your guarantee that all organic ingredients used by Nature's Path have been third-party certified.
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Kettle Directions: To prepare, simply empty packet into bowl, add about 1/2-2/3 cup (125-150ml) of boiling water or as desired and stir.
Microwave Directions: Do not cook or cover with plastic. Empty packet into a glass or ceramic bowl. Add about 1/2-2/3 cups (125-150ml) of water and stir. Cook on HIGH for about 75 seconds or until desired consistency is reached. Stir and serve immediately.
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