Becoming A Healthier MalaysiaOats1

Malaysia is almost synonymous with great food. Thanks to our multicultural nation, we get to enjoy a variety of cuisines from all corners of the world. However many local favourites such as roti canai, nasi lemak and char koay teow were high in calories while being low in fibre.

This lack of a balanced diet and fibre intake that applies to 94% of Malaysian adules means that non-communicable diseases such as elevated cholesterol levels; diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease are on the rise in Malaysia.

But there’s no need to stress, as there are plenty of ways to introduce sufficient amount of fibre into your diet.

Introducing the Guardian Mixed Grains & Oats 30+, it is a nutrition and fibre-rich combination of imported Swedish oat bran powder that has more than 30% oat beta-glucan. It also contains oats, chia seeds, barley and brown rice.Oats3

The Guardian Mixed Grains & Oats 30+ is a simple way to introduce additional fibre into your daily diet and help you meet the recommended daily requirement of 25g of fibre a day.

The Guardian Mixed Grains & Oats 30+ is trans-fat free, without colouring and suitable for vegetarians and Halal certified too. It dissolves in luke-warm water for a fibre-rich drink with a pleasing roasted grain taste that helps to fill you up for longer.

You can use it in smoothies, beverages, as a topping for salads and yoghurt, as a coating for fried and roasted meats and vegetables as well as a thickener in soup and porridge, without losing its nutritional value and ensuring better daily fibre intake.

Oats2Fibre plays a positive role in stabilising blood sugar levels, in weight management and to aid bowel movement. This generally will help improve your overall well being.

So if you have difficulties consuming the required amount of fibre in a day or you are looking to improve your overall wellbeing, the Guardian Mixed Grains & Oats 30+ is a convenient and affordable option. Head to a Guardian outlet near you to take a step towards a healthier you today!

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