Heart health

Quaker Oats

We all know Quaker Oats taste delicious, but did you know whole grain oats and oat bran can help lower blood cholesterol thanks to the power of beta-glucan – a soluble fibre that basically tells your liver to pull LDL (bad cholesterol) out of the blood?

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Heart Health Diet

Heart Health Diet

Heart Health Diet

Every bowl of our Quaker Oats and Oat so Simple range is a source of Beta- Glucan.

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What is cholesterol?

What is cholesterol?

What is cholesterol?

In simple terms, oat soluble fiber (beta glucan) helps control blood cholesterol by binding some of the cholesterol in your digestive tract.

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Managing Cholesterol

Managing Cholesterol

Managing Cholesterol

Cholesterol levels may be lowered by making various diet and lifestyle changes.

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Heart Health and Nutrition

Heart Health and Nutrition

Heart Health and Nutrition

A healthy balanced diet combined with regular physical activity, can help keep your body strong and healthy.

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Making your own porridge

Making your own porridge

Making your own porridge

It’s been eaten for thousands of years but what is the best way to prepare it? And how do you pimp it into your favourite breakfast?

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Getting Creative with Porridge

Getting Creative with Porridge

Getting Creative with Porridge

A simple bowl of porridge is a great hearty start to the day. But porridge can also be used as the first building block in creating a flavoursome breakfast masterpiece.

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Oven fresh - porridge and baked oats

Oven fresh - porridge and baked oats

Oven fresh - porridge and baked oats

Nothing beats the smell of food that is fresh from the oven. So turn up the heat, grab some oats and start baking.

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Are you Bananas about Bananas?

Are you Bananas about Bananas?

Are you Bananas about Bananas?

What’s not to like. If you peel back the skin of the banana, you’ll find a tasty fruit that is rich in vitamins and minerals. So how should you eat them?

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Daily intake of 3g of beta-glucan from oats. Oats beta-glucan has been shown to lower/ reduce blood cholesterol. High cholesterol is a risk factor in the development of coronary heart disease.