Oats seem pretty simple, right? They’re actually kind of extraordinary.
Part of a Heart Healthy Diet
A healthy diet low in saturated and trans fats may reduce the risk of heart disease. Quaker® oats, which are low in saturated and trans fats, are a delicious part of a heart‑healthy diet.
Oats contain a soluble fiber called beta-glucan. Beta-glucan really doesn’t like cholesterol. So it helps lower cholesterol by trapping some of the bad cholesterol*. Take that!
*One serving (30 g) of Quaker® Oatmeal supplies 40% of the daily amount of the fibres shown to help reduce cholesterol.
You need energy to get through the day. The kind of energy that comes from a healthy diet.
Quaker® oats are a Source of Energy and Fibre and a great way to get nutrition and energy.
Digestive System Do-Gooder
When you feed yourself some oats, the oats feed your body fibre*. Fibre helps keep things moving through your digestive system. Which is great.
A digestive system that keeps moving keeps you regular.
*One serving (30 g) of Quaker® Oats contains 3g of fibre. Consuming 6g of oat fibre daily promotes regularity.
Differences between our Oats
Rolled thinner to cook faster, each Quaker® Instant Oatmeal packet is ready in just 2 minutes or less. Available unflavoured as well as in a number of delicious flavours like Maple & Brown Sugar and Apples & Cinnamon.
Designed for both stovetop & microwave, these oats have been rolled even thinner to allow for faster cooking. One Minute Quaker® Oats cook in just 1 minute on the stovetop or in 20 seconds in the microwave.
Whole oats that have been cut rather than rolled into flakes for an irresistibly rich taste and hearty texture. Quaker® Quick Cook Steel Cut Oats cook in just 5 minutes on the stovetop or in 3 minutes in the microwave.