Standardized Oat Bran by Nature's Way
Oat bran has been an important part of dietary nutrition for its fiber content. It is gaining new prominence for it’s beta-glucan content. Our Oat Bran is standardized to 54% beta glucan.
Diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol that include 3 grams of oat beta-glucan soluble fiber per day from oat bran may reduce the risk of heart disease by helping to lower blood cholesterol.
Nature's Way Oat Bran provides 750 mg of beta-glucan in one serving. OatVantage™ is highly concentrated all-natural oat bran containing 18 times the beta-glucan found in oats. It is non-GMO and non-allergenic.
Take 2 capsules twice daily with at least a full 8 ounces of water or other liquid.
About Nature's Way
Over the last three and a half decades, Nature’s Way has pioneered more than just herbal and nutritional science. The company is a recognized leader among all of the nutritional and dietary supplement companies in America. Their list of “firsts” is extensive, and many of them pioneered the way retailers, consumers, industry, competitors, and even government viewed herbal and nutritional supplements. Here are a few of the things of which Nature’s Way is the most proud: • First nutritional products manufacturer with a state-of-the-art, pharmaceutically licensed facility • First major certified organic producer • First to bring significant European phytomedicines (plant based medicines) to market • First to spend more than a million dollars on leg
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