Quaker Oat Beverage Original 48 Fl Oz Bottle

Oat bran beverage. 50 calories per serving. Heart Healthy: 0.75 g oat soluble fiber (This product has 0.75 g soluble fiber from oat bran per serving. 3 g oat soluble fiber daily in a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease. See back for more). Lactose free. Good source of fiber (See side for details). Excellent source of calcium and vitamin D. Plant based. No high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, added preservatives or added colors. New. It's big news that Quaker's putting the heart-healthy power of oat bran into a beverage. And the oat bran in this bottle contains 0.75 grams of the soluble fiber beta-glucan per 8 ounce serving. Studies shows 3 grams or more of soluble fiber from oat bran daily may help reduce the risk of heart disease as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol. That makes Quaker's Oat Beverage great news for your heart. Quaker experts work to ensure every bottle of this plant-based beverage is healthy and as good for your body as it is for your taste buds. Not all suggested uses make a meaningful contribution to daily beta-glucan intake necessary for the heart healthy benefit. Three grams daily are needed. An 8 ounce serving provides 0.75 g. The Science Behind The Oat Plant: This delicious beverage is made from the outer layer of the oat called the bran. And bran delivers the powerful soluble fiber, beta-glucan. Shake well! Separation is natural. QuakerOats.com. how2recycle.info. Facebook. Twitter. Facebook.com/Quaker. (at)Quaker. We're here to help. quakeroats.com or 844.757.6455. Please have package available when calling. For special offers, information & to join the conversation, visit: QuakerOats.com. Our Journey: We are continually on the lookout for ways to reduce our environmental impact across our manufacturing and distribution network and processes. We're proud that this bottle is made from 100% recycled content and is recyclable. And we're lucky that oats tend not to need a lot of water and don't rely on irrigation, like some other crops. But that's just the beginning. We know there's more work to be done to take better care of the Earth. After all, that's where oats come from.