Oat King

Oat King

What is Oat King?

It composed of premium quality of oats, barley, wheat, wheat germ, wheat bran, brown rice, red rice, millet, corn, black bean, soy bean, mung bean, white navy bean, sesame seed and job’s tear that are imported from Australia and Europe. Oat King contains contain several nutritive values, in which the combination of whole grains and legume has contributed on protein, carbohydrates, fibre, vitamin, minerals such as magnesium, iron, zinc, copper, and etc which our body needed.

How is Oat King beneficial?

Oat King is rich in dietary fiber. This fiber contains Soluble and Insoluble Fibers. One component of the Soluble Fiber found in oats is Beta-Glucans, a Soluble Fiber which has proven effective in lowering Total Cholesterol and LDL-Cholesterol (Bad Cholesterol) without having any effect on HDL-Cholesterol (Good Cholesterol). Beta-Glucans also helps in preventing the hardening of the artery in our internal organs such as lung, liver, kidney, and the heart.

A daily serving of Oat King which is rich in Beta-Glucans can reduce Hypertension, or High Blood Pressure, and so reduce the need for anti-hypertensive medication. Besides this, the oat Beta-Glucans slows the rise in blood glucose levels. Control of blood glucose and insulin levels is essential in preventing many of the complications associated with Diabetes. The Insoluble Fiber in Oat King does not dissolve in water. It is spongy and absorbs many times its own weight of liquid. It makes stools heavier and speeds their passage through the gut, relieving Constipation. Oat King has a higher concentration of well-balanced protein than other cereals. It contains a good balance of essential fatty acids, which have been linked with Longevity and General Good Health.

When do I consume it?

Take two (2) tablespoon (40g) per day. Preferably one (1) tablespoon (20g) in the morning to provides you with the adequate nutrients needed to carry your daily activities; one (1) tablespoon (20g) in the night before going to bed to enhance the performance of your body system while you are sleeping.

How do I consume it?

Oat King can be consumed by scooping one (1) tablespoon (20g) into a glass of warm water. If you would like to have an enhanced flavour to the serving, (1) tablespoon (20g) of Oat King can be mixed with fruit juices, milk, honey, sauces, gravies, soups or salad dressings; sprinkled on cereal, cottage cheese or yogurt. For those who are having Diabetes, you are advised to abstain from adding honey.

Oats, barley, wheat, wheat germ, wheat bran, brown rice, red rice, millet and corn are whole grains. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition underscores the importance of choosing whole grains rather than refined grain, to maintain a healthy body weight. Eating a serving of whole grains, at least 6 times each week is an especially good idea for people with high cholesterol, high blood pressure or other signs of heart diseases. According to the American Heart Journal, those eating at least 6 servings of whole grains each week experienced slowed progression of plaque build-up that narrows the vessels through which blood flows, and less progression in narrowing of the diameter of arterial passageways.

Whole grains also offer special benefits in promoting healthy blood sugar control. Whole grains such as brown rice and millet are a rich source of magnesium. Magnesium has been shown in studies to reduce asthma and to reduce the frequency of migraine attacks. Magnesium has also been shown to lower high blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart disease. According to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests barley’s fibre has multiple beneficial effects on cholesterol. Barley’s dietary fibre provides food for the “friendly” bacteria in the large intestine which to maintain a healthy colon.

Beans such as black bean, soybean, mung bean and white navy bean are a rich source of protein. Unlike meat-based proteins, beans are naturally low in fat, are free of saturated fat and trans-fat, and are a cholesterol-free source of protein. Beans are also a rich source of fiber. Research shows that people who eat more fiber tend to weigh less. Beans boast a low glycemic index and contain complex carbohydrates, which are digested slowly. These facts make beans a good choice for people needing to keep their blood sugar in the normal range.

Sesame seeds are a very good source of copper. Copper is known for its use in reducing some of the pain and swelling of rheumatoid arthritis. Copper’s effectiveness is due to the fact that this trace mineral is important in a number of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant enzyme systems. Besides sesame seeds, Job’s tears are prescribed in certain cases of arthritis to increase joint range of movement. It is specifically used to treat joint pain and spasms that worsen in damp weather. Job’s tears are also used to treat skin allergies. In addition, Job’s tears are also having a mild effect in treating diarrhea with digestive weakness.

Hence, Oat King is abundant in nutrients because of these nutritious ingredients. According to food analysis, Oat King Oat King is rich in dietary fibre. This fibre contains soluble and insoluble fibre. The soluble fibre has proven effective in lowering total cholesterol and LDL-Cholesterol (Bad Cholesterol) without having any effect on HDL-Cholesterol (Good Cholesterol). Since heart disease is always in line with blood cholesterol level, a reduction of cholesterol level in body also reduce the risk of developing heart diseases. Besides this, the soluble fibre in Oat King can also slow the rise in blood glucose levels. Studies reported that regular intake of soluble fibre help lowering the risk of high blood glucose level onset in healthy individual. Soluble fibre in Oat King also provides a feeling of fullness, so it can potentially help with weight loss. Furthermore, the insoluble fibre found in Oat King can also help in the problem of constipation.

According to food analysis, Oat King is also rich in Carbohydrate and Protein. The main function of carbohydrate is to supply energy for the body processes. Some of the carbohydrates are immediately utilized by the tissues and the remaining is stored as glycogen in the liver and muscles and some are stored as adipose tissues for future energy needs. Protein is termed the building block of the body. It is called this because protein is vital in the maintenance of body tissue, including development and repair. Hair, skin, eyes, muscles and organs are all made from protein. Protein forms antibodies that help prevent infection, illness and disease. These proteins identify and assist in destroying antigens such as bacteria and viruses. They often work in conjunction with the other immune system cells.

Oat King also contains Vitamin B1 (Thiamine). All B vitamins help the body convert food (carbohydrates) into fuel (glucose), which is used to produce energy. These B vitamins often referred to as B complex vitamins, which are needed for healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver. They also help the nervous system function properly, and are needed for good brain function. Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) is sometimes called an “anti-stress” vitamin because it may strengthen the immune system and improve the body’s ability to withstand stressful conditions.

Oat King also contains Iron. Iron is an essential element for blood production. About 70 percent of your body’s iron is found in the red blood cells of your blood called haemoglobin and in muscle cells called myoglobin. Haemoglobin is essential for transferring oxygen in your blood from the lungs to the tissues. Myoglobin, in muscle cells, accepts, stores, transports and releases oxygen. Your body needs the right amount of iron, if you have too little iron, you may develop iron deficiency anaemia. Causes of low iron levels include blood loss, poor diet, or an inability to absorb enough iron from foods.

According to food analysis, Oat King is also rich in Calcium. We need to consume a certain amount of Calcium to build and maintain strong bones. For those people whose calcium intake is inadequate have a considerably higher risk later on in life of developing brittle bone disease or osteoporosis. According to the Malaysian Osteoporosis Society, osteoporosis related fractures have been recognised as a major health problem, particularly in the elderly. The common sites of fracture are the spine, wrist and hip. Hence, to fuel the bone growth, keep bone density strong, and prevent Osteoporosis, you need a good supply of calcium daily. Besides this, Calcium helps to regulate muscle contraction, including the heartbeat and also plays a key role in normal blood coagulation (clotting).

1. Oat King help reduce colesterol?

Oat King is rich in dietary fibre. This fibre contains soluble and insoluble fibres. The soluble fibre has proven effective in lowering Total Cholesterol and Bad Cholesterol (LDL) without lowering the Good Cholesterol (HDL).

2. Oat King is labeled as gluten free?

No, oat king is not label as gluten free. Although treatment of celiac disease has been thought to require lifelong avoidance of the protein gluten, which is found in wheat, rye, barley and oats, recent studies of adults have shown that oats, despite the small amount of gluten they contain, are well-tolerated. However, you may consult your doctor before taking it.

3. Can I use Oat King if I'm currently under the care of a doctor or taking medication?

Oat King is the natural food product and it does not contain any chemicals or drugs, so it is safe for you to consume if you are currently under the care of a doctor or taking medication.

4. Are Oat King considered part of a high-protein diet?

Oat King is not considered to be part of a high protein diet. However it serves as an excellent source of fiber and protein without a lot of sodium, making it a good choice for breakfast or a midday snack. It is also a source of whole grains, which reduce the risk of inflammatory diseases and aid in maintaining a healthy weight. If you want to increase the protein content of your oat, make it with milk. Adding 1/4 cup of milk will give you an extra 2 grams of protein

5. Can Oat King prevent/cure diseases like diabetes, cancer and thyroid conditions?

Consumption of Oat King can help to prevent diseases, but not exactly cure the diseases. People should go for “Prevention is Better than Cure” before diagnose with any diseases.

Diabetes: Studies also show that soluble fiber has beneficial effects in diabetes. Type 2 diabetes patients given foods high in this type of oat fiber or given oatmeal or oat bran rich foods experienced much lower rises in blood sugar compared to those who were given white rice or bread. Starting out your day with a blood sugar stabilizing food such as Oat King may make it easier to keep blood sugar levels under control the rest of the day.

Cancer: Oats are rich in the antioxidant, which protects the body from the damaging free radicals that can cause cancer; a diet high in soluble fibre foods such as oats might also help reduce the chances of developing breast, bowel and colon cancer. The researchers found that a diet rich in fiber from whole grains, such as oats, and fruit offered significant protection against breast cancer for pre-menopausal women (Cade JE, Burley VJ, et al., International Journal of Epidemiology).

Thyroid: The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland in your neck. Although small in size, it plays a significant role in your wellness by producing hormones that help regulate your metabolism, energy level, mood and body temperature. If incorporated properly, oats can benefit a thyroid-friendly diet. As a whole grain, oats provide rich amounts of fiber, which can help minimize constipation associated with hypothyroidism, or an underactive thyroid. As a low-glycemic food, oats have a mild impact on your blood sugar. Lowering the glycemic impact of your diet may help restore healthy hormone levels.

6. I'm pregnant and want to take the Oat King during my pregnancy.

It is great to take Oat King during pregnancy. Oat king is rich in dietary fiber which can help to reduce the constipation. Constipation, difficulty having regular bowel movements, and the passage of hard stools, is a very common symptom of pregnancy. It affects approximately half of all women at some point during their pregnancy. Besides this, Oat King is also rich in Calcium. When you’re pregnant, you’re developing baby needs calcium to build strong bones and teeth; to grow a healthy heart, nerves, and muscles; and to develop a normal heart rhythm and blood-clotting abilities. If you don’t get enough calcium in your diet when you’re pregnant, your baby will draw it from your bones, which may impair your own health later on.

7. I have kidney problems and want to take Oat King

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) has the serious diet limitation. As we know, protein is an essential part of any diet. Proteins help build and maintain muscle, bone, skin, connective tissue, internal organs, and blood. They help fight disease and heal wounds. But proteins also break down into waste products that must be cleaned from the blood by the kidneys. Eating more protein than your body needs may put an extra burden on the kidneys and cause kidney function to decline faster. Doctors have long recommended that patients with CKD eat moderate or reduced amounts of protein especially from animal sources. Hence, to cut back on protein, you can eat one tablespoon of Oat King at breakfast instead of a bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich.

8. How do I talk to my doctor about Oat King?

You may tell your doctor that Oat King is a natural food products without chemicals, preservatives and drugs contained. Oat King is also a healthy natural food which contains health benefits such as the dietary fibre in Oat King which help in lowering cholesterol, controlling the blood sugar level, improve immunity system, and also help in constipation.

9. Can children eat Oat King?

Yes, it is safe for children to consume Oat King.

10. I am a vegetarian. May I take Oat King?

It is important for people to eat a varied and balanced diet to provide enough nourishment for the body. However, vegetarian might find it hard to get enough some of the nutrients, especially protein and calcium. Oat King contains plant-based protein and calcium which are suitable for vegetarian to consume. Therefore, it is good for those vegetarian to choose Oat King to be part of their diet.

11. Can I add fruit or other ingredients into Oat King?

Yes, you can always add in some fruits, raisins, and other beverages such as milk, rolled oats or instant oats into Oat King.

12. How many Oat King can I drink a day?

You can drink 2 tablespoon of Oat King in a day.

13. Do you test your products on animals?

No, we didn’t test Oat King on animals. Oats have been well-known as healthy foods in worldwide since earlier century; therefore it is not necessary for us to test our product on animals.

14. What's the best way to store Oat King?

It is recommended for consumer to store the opened pouch in a clean sealable container in a cool and dry place.

15. What does the 'BEST BEFORE' code on my package mean?

Best before dates deal mainly with taste and performance, they tell you how long a product will retain its optimum flavour, texture when stored under normal condition, not food safety. As noted above, the product may still be enjoyed after the “best before date. For example, a cake mix that is beyond its “best before” date may not taste as good. The cake, however, is fine to eat.

16. Do your products contain preservatives?

No, Oat King does not contain preservatives. Hence, it is recommended for consumer to store the opened pouch in a clean sealable container in a cool and dry place and also consume it as soon as possible within 1 month once the product has been opened.

17. What is the difference between rolled oats & instant oats?

Rolled oats, which are whole-grain oats that have been steamed and pressed with a roller to flatten them, take about five minutes to cook, while instant oats, which are basically very thinly pressed rolled oats, are ready as soon as you mix in hot water. Whether it’s rolled or instant, as a breakfast option, both instant and rolled oats make a low-calorie choice which can help promote healthy weight. Even though the instant oats undergo a little more processing than the rolled oats, both are still considered a whole grain. Both instant and rolled oats are a good source of dietary fiber which helps lower cholesterol and may lower your risk of high blood glucose level, heart disease and obesity.

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