Oats are an amazing source of prebiotics, the food for your probiotic healthy gut bacteria. This includes both soluble and insoluble fibres, as well as higher levels of resistant starches when oats are left uncooked. A serving of our oats gives you 24% Daily Value of fibre! Read More
Oats are a great source of antioxidants. Certain antioxidants, such as avenanthramides, are heat sensitive. Without the cooking process, there are more antioxidants in oats that to protect against heart disease, cancer, arthritis, aging, cataracts, memory loss, stroke, inflammation, and infection. Read More
Oats are one of the foods highest in thiamine (Vitamin B1). All B vitamins are sensitive to heat and will decompose during cooking. With no heating process, eating oats overnight can preserve the natural B Vitamins found in oats! This includes riboflavin, niacin, and folate to promote healthy cell metabolism.
Glycemic Index (GI) offers a measure of how fast foods can raise our blood sugar levels. We should eat low GI foods for steady blood sugar levels and to make us feel full for longer. Raw oats have a lower GI of 54 than cooked oats.