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3 Reasons to Start Every Day with Super Grain Quaker
Posted on Apr. 23, 2018

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When you start your mornings with a Supergrain, you set yourself up for a super day.
That’s why we’re giving you more reasons to have Quaker for breakfast:

1. Keeps you full and gives you energy

Quaker Oats is high in fiber that helps maintain good digestive health. Fiber in oats can help slow digestion and the release of glucose into the blood stream. So, you feel full for longer and provides lasting energy throughout the day.

Just one-half cup of oatmeal provides 15% of the daily value of fiber. It contains only 150 calories. And when consumed with one cup of fat-free milk, it can help keep you full for up to 4 hours.

Here’s how the fiber content in oats compares with other kinds of food:

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 2. Helps build muscle

Oats are a good source of protein. In fact, its protein content is higher compared to most cereals. It is also a source of vitamins and minerals for improving health and wellness.

Here’s the protein in oats compared to other whole grains:

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3. Helps reduce blood cholesterol levels

Quaker Oats is also a rich source of Beta-Glucan. This helps lower cholesterol, especially when accompanied by a diet low in saturated fat.

The oat bran in whole grain oats contains the greatest amount of Beta-Glucan and is also a rich source of B vitamins and nutrients.

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Healthy Mornings With Quaker is a Resolution You Can Keep!
Posted on Jan. 16, 2017
Make Healthy Mornings With Quaker Your New Year’s Resolution!

Every January sees people committed to changing for the better. But most people set goals that are impossible to keep. And so they aren’t able to follow through with them.

But Quaker believes that it is possible to change for the healthier. All you need is a simple commitment. Like breakfast!

Regular breakfast eaters are less likely to be overweight. They get more important vitamins and minerals. They’re the kind of people who stick to other healthy habits.

And regular Quaker Oats eaters have it even better! One bowl of 100% Australian wholegrain oats is packed with healthy goodness. It’s a tasty and wholesome source of iron and protein. High in fiber, phosphorous, B1 and magnesium. And it’s naturally cholesterol-free!

Need more motivation to make a Quaker Oats breakfast your resolution? Preparing it’s as easy as just adding water! And it comes in a range of fun flavors. From original, to chocolate oats, to tropical fruits, to chicken caldo.

Quaker Oats gives you so much to look forward to. So get on that goodness for great mornings. And all those great mornings will make for a great year!

Start your 2017 healthy with Quaker. 

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3 Reasons to Start Every Day with Super Grain Quaker
Posted on Apr. 23, 2018

Watch what life is like with Quaker:



When you start your mornings with a Supergrain, you set yourself up for a super day.
That’s why we’re giving you more reasons to have Quaker for breakfast:

1. Keeps you full and gives you energy

Quaker Oats is high in fiber that helps maintain good digestive health. Fiber in oats can help slow digestion and the release of glucose into the blood stream. So, you feel full for longer and provides lasting energy throughout the day.

Just one-half cup of oatmeal provides 15% of the daily value of fiber. It contains only 150 calories. And when consumed with one cup of fat-free milk, it can help keep you full for up to 4 hours.

Here’s how the fiber content in oats compares with other kinds of food:

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 2. Helps build muscle

Oats are a good source of protein. In fact, its protein content is higher compared to most cereals. It is also a source of vitamins and minerals for improving health and wellness.

Here’s the protein in oats compared to other whole grains:

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3. Helps reduce blood cholesterol levels

Quaker Oats is also a rich source of Beta-Glucan. This helps lower cholesterol, especially when accompanied by a diet low in saturated fat.

The oat bran in whole grain oats contains the greatest amount of Beta-Glucan and is also a rich source of B vitamins and nutrients.

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