Farm-acy Oats

NO genetically modified ingredients (GMO’s)
NO irradiated ingredients
NO synthetic USP “vitamins”
NO added fillers, colors or preservatives
NO monosodium glutamate (MSG)

Safe for diabetics, vegans, and gluten-free diets

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Yes, oatmeal!  Don’t judge it until you taste this great tasting powder you mix with water with the health benefits of oatmeal and other great ingredients:

Organic Instant Oatmeal, Organic Coconut Sugar, Pea Protein, Coconut Oil, Organic Oat Bran, Organic Agave Insulin, Vanilla Flavor, Gum Xanthan, Sea Salt, Cinnamon, Stevia Extract.

As with other Farm-acy products, great care was taken to make this a healthy product:

Farm-acy Oats is a great source of protein and fiber, and is dairy free.

Farm-acy Oats is the first Farm-acy product to actually contain a sugar, but you will see that we used organic coconut sugar which has health benefits on it’s own (and is four times more expensive than evaporated cane juice) and has a very low glycemic index making it safe for diabetics as seen below:

Nutrition Facts For Farm-acy Oats

Serving Size

2 Level Scoops (30 g)

Servings Per Container

20

Amount Per Serving Calories

85

 

% Daily Value

Total Fat  3g

 4.6%

      Saturated Fat  2.3g

11.5%

Cholesterol  0

0%

Sodium   89mg

3.7%

Carbohydrates   9g

3.0%

                     Dietary Fiber  5g

20%

                     Sugars  4g

 

Proteins  6g

12%

Calcium  12mg

1.2%

Iron  2.2g

12.2%

Percent of daily values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

 

Ingredients: Organic  Instant Oatmeal, Organic Coconut Sugar, Pea Protein, Coconut Oil, Organic Oat Bran, Organic Agave Insulin, Vanilla Flavor, Gum Xantham, Sea Salt, Cinnamon, Stevia Extract.

  

Oatmeal Is A Super Food For Your Heart

Oatmeal is a fiber-rich superfood full of omega -3 fatty acids, folate, and potassium that can lower levels of LDL (or bad) cholesterol and help keep arteries clear. More than 40 years of scientific studies confirm that getting 3 grams of soluble fiber daily can help lower blood cholesterol and LDL (the bad) cholesterol, and can help reduce the risk of heart disease as a part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol. Experts believe it’s the soluble fiber-beta glucan-in oatmeal that helps reduce blood cholesterol. In the gastrointestinal tract, beta glucan forms a vicious gel that traps cholesterol bile acids and causes some of them to be excreted. The body must then take cholesterol from the blood to produce more bile acids and thus, blood cholesterol concentrations are reduced. This in effect may reduce the risk of heart disease.

 

Oatmeal Can Be Part Of A Weight Management Plan

Because oatmeal has a high satiety value it helps fill you up. Research shows that oatmeal is more filling than some other breakfast foods, such as bread, eggs, and yogurt. In a recent survey of registered dieticians, 93 percent of the respondents said that fiber in whole grain cereals, such as oatmeal, helps children maintain a healthy body weight. One of the benefits of whole grain cereals such as oatmeal is that consuming at least 3 servings of whole grains per day may help people maintain a healthy weight.

 

Oatmeal Can Be Eaten Anytime For It’s Heart Health Benefits

The cholesterol lowering benefits of oatmeal are the same whether you eat oatmeal in the morning or evening, all at once, or divided into several, smaller servings. In addition to oatmeal for breakfast, you can eat it cold, hot, blended in a smoothie, for lunch, or just to snack on for a mid afternoon pick-me-up.

 

Oatmeal Supports A Healthy Digestive Tract

Oatmeal is a good source of fiber. Unlike most common whole grains, the fiber in oatmeal is made up of both soluble fiber and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber helps like a sponge to help trap  cholesterol and remove some of it. Insoluble fiber acts like a broom to help keep the digestive tract clean and running smoothly. I you have a diet that is lacking in fiber gradually add oatmeal and other fiber-full foods to your diet to allow your gastrointestinal system to adapt and minimize any unwanted side effects of a healthy, high-fiber diet. Also remember to drink plenty of fluids to stay well hydrated.

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