Gluten-free Rolled Oats Description
Source of our Rolled Oats
Oats as we know them today originate from the wild red oat, a plant with origins in Asia. Originally cultivated for medicinal purposes, Oats have now become a food staple due to their numerous health benefits.
We import whole grain Oats from Western Australia which is one of the highest quality producers of this healthy grain. These Oats are then washed, hulled and dried in India and further processed at our facilities.
About our Rolled Oats
Today Rolled Oats are widely accepted as nutritional powerhouses for dietary fiber and protein. Our Rolled Oats contain a special type of fiber that is especially good for the reduction of cholesterol called beta-glucan. Beta-glucans also aid in the support of the immune system and can help regulate blood sugar. They are also wonderful for soothing irritated skin when used in baths.
Gluten free Whole grain Oats
Why Buy Our Rolled Oats
At last, Oats that people with celiac disease or gluten intolerance can enjoy, too!
Not only are oats an excellent source of dietary fiber, they also reduce serum cholesterol levels in the body. Rolled Oats are higher in protein and healthy fats, and lower in carbohydrates than most other whole grains. They contain more soluble fiber than any other grain.
Oats contain more than 20 unique polyphenols, which have strong anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-itching properties. They also have the best amino acid balance of all cereal grains.
Most of the Oats available commercially are Instant Oats, here is an article that compares the health benefits of these Oats v/s Instant Oats.
Make a deliciously wholesome, chewy, hot cereal or on the go snack that provides lasting energy all morning. This favorite breakfast cereal is a great way to start your day and add fiber to your diet.
How to use
- Soak and consume as porridge
- Grind and use a flour
- Bake into Breads, cereal
Read more about the Health Benefits of Oats
For the ultimate oat diet read here
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