Organic Old Fashioned Rolled Oats
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Scores of studies have suggested that all types of oats offer health benefits. Eating oats may help lower LDL "bad" cholesterol and help reduce the risk of heart disease. Because they’re a good source of dietary fiber, Organic Rolled Oats help you feel fuller longer—in fact, they contain more soluble fiber than any other grain! It’s this soluble fiber that may help control blood sugar levels, thereby reducing your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Oats are also high in beta-glucans, a kind of starch that is thought to stimulate the immune system and help reduce cholesterol levels. Not bad for a tasty breakfast that has a cooking time of just 2-10 minutes! View the full Old Fashioned Rolled Oats calories and nutrition breakdown in the tab above.
However, these oats aren’t just for breakfast. Use these organic oats to make top-notch cookies, oat bars, crisps, granola, bread and more. Just click the “Recipes” tab or visit BobsRedMill.com/Recipes to access dozens of tried-and-true favorites.
Eating raw oats is generally safe, but may cause digestive issues or increase the risk of foodborne illness.
To Your Good Health
As a continued commitment to the quality of the products we make and sell, this product has been certified Kosher by OK Kosher Certification of Brooklyn, New York.
This product is made with nutritious whole grain. Check the Whole Grain Stamp on the package for more information.
All Bob’s Red Mill products are vegetarian. This product is also vegan, meaning it does not include eggs, dairy or honey.
This product was grown and produced using a uniform set of methods established by the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Organic Program and third-party certified organic by Quality Assurance International.
Non-GMO Project Verified
Bob’s Red Mill products are made without the use of bioengineering and use ingredients grown from identity preserved seeds. Currently, more than 240 of our products have been verified with the Non-GMO Project. Visit NonGMOProject.org for the full list.