Oat BG22 Oat Bran Powder
Biogrow Oat BG22TM contains only the imported Swedish oat bran powder with 20% beta-glucan.
- High in Dietary Fiber (Insoluble & Soluble), Protein, Magnesium, Iron & Zinc.
- Very Low in Sodium (Salt)
- Trans Fat Free.
*May contain traces of gluten from wheat or related grain species.
*The colour and taste may vary from batch to batch as only oats from natural source are used.
*Contents may settle. Packed by weight, not by volume.
Serving Size: 1 scoop or 1 sachet (≈ 9g)
Servings per 480g canister: 53 (scoops)
Servings per travel pack: 30 (sachets)
|| Per Serving
(1 scoop/ sachet ≈ 9g)
|Per 100 g
| 114 kJ
| Total Fat
Total Dietary Fiber
of which beta-glucan soluble fiber
| 0.3 g
< 0.1 g
< 1 mg
Directions For Use:
1 scoop/ sachet (± 9 g) mix with about 200 ml plain, cold or warm water, fruit juices, soymilk or sprinkle onto cereal, salad, yoghurt, gravies and soups.
Suggested Daily Intake:
Take 2 to 3 scoops/ sachets a day before meals (1 to 2 scoops/ sachets before breakfast and 1 scoop/ sachet before dinner), or anytime convenient.
Stored in dry conditions at normal room temperature.
RCP: RM88.90 (480 g Canister) and RM 55.90 (30 sachets x 9 g Travel Pack)
*This product should be consumed with diets low in saturated fat and rich in fruits, vegetables, & grains to obtain desirable health-improving results.
**This product should not be treated as a substitute for any doctor’s medical advice for the diagnosis and treatment of any disease. Consider any diet or nutrition program as an adjunct to a
doctor's care if your cholesterol is over 200mg/dl or 5.2 mmol/L.
***Results can vary. For best results take at least 2 scoops/ sachets (approx. 18 g) daily.
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