Oat Flakes (1 kg)

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Why should we eat oatmeal?

Oats are a valuable biological composition of the cereals. On average it contains 17 grams of easily digestible protein. Seven types of essential amino acids - which the body can't reproduce, so they are indispensable - can be found in the oat protein. The fat content could be up to 7% as well, in which the most important unsaturated fatty acids can be 70-80%. It's carbohydrate content is the lowest compared to other cereals, which would be 50-60%. It also has significant dietary fiber, minerals (Ca, Mg, Fe) content and also is the source of vitamins (E, B1). Foods made of oat doesn't cause any digestive problems, so daily use of oatmeal is recommended.

Using in some form or other it successfully decreases cholesterol in blood serum. Oatmeal has been recommended for a long time by doctors for patients suffering in diabetes.

Bodybuilding and oatmeal

The oatmeal is one of the components of the legendary oat'n'protein smoothie. Thousands of bodybuilders but more like tens of thousands use this cocktail for breakfast. Simple and great. The carbohydrate content can be easily calculated and equivalent of rice, but with a lower glycemic index. But what is most important: there is a large variety of ways for daily use! Not only shakes but for baking as well. Tasty cookies can be made of oatmeal with low-GI of course. Honestly, what else do we need?

Supplement Facts

Supplement Facts:

Serving size: 100 g
Number of servings: 10

  Amount/serving DV %

Calories 419 kcal  

    Calories from fat 68.4 kcal  

Fat 7.6 g

   of which saturated 1,4 g

Carbohydrates 69 g

   Dietary fiber 9,1

   Sugar 1,3 g

Protein 14 g

By macronutrients
By calories
  • 14,0% Protein
  • 69,0% Carbs
  • 7,6% Fat
  • 9,4% Other
  • 13,7% Protein
  • 67,5% Carbs
  • 16,9% Fat

Made in plant that manufactures milk, egg, gluten, soy, crustaceans, sulphur dioxide and nuts containing food.
Oat flakes (100%)

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