Nordic Oats 36™

Training your gut – brain – muscle axis
Nordic Oats & Beta Glucans with viscous soluble fibers to add to oatmeal, soup or your Enhance Drink
130 g • 4.6 oz

225.00 SEK/NOK

Your endurance performance depends on your gut health. Make gut health easy! Fibers from oats – beta glucan – are known to help enhance both cardio and gut health.

SKU 15-141016 Category

Helping microbiota - your gut health

Oats & beta glucans demonstrate a clear role in health promotion

√ promotes gut health
√ promotes better absorption of nutrients
√ helps friendly bacteria in the gut to produce SCFA*
√ indicates immune stimulating properties

* During endurance exercise, fatty acids, glucose, and amino acids are major energy substrates



Nordic Oats with 36% Beta Glucan is a viscous soluble fibre made from non-genetically modified (non-GM) Swedish oats that can be added to smoothies, yoghurt and hot cereal to support gastrointestinal health.

Today, beta-glucan is often recommended by boh physicians and dieticians. Two things are essential – the beta-glucans must be of the right quality and the right percentage, which you get with Nordic Oats 36.

Beta-glucan has a natural, crisp taste and is perfect to add to your breakfast oatmeal, yogurt or smoothie. When consumed, beta-glucan forms a gel in the stomach which attracts bile (which is made up of, among other things, cholesterol). When the body needs to produce new bile acids, it gets cholesterol from the blood. The result is that you get a reduction in “bad” LDL cholesterol.

Science is showing that Beta Glucans help promote a healthy gut and lowers the GI value of the food you eat, helping you avoid sudden attacks of tiredness and exhaustion. This oat product is a multi-functional nutritional supplement with the all-natural health benefits of oats. It is a natural extract from whole grain oats, produced with a chemical-free, aqueous, enzymatic process Rich in beta glucans, this soluble fibre component of the oat grain cell wall is located around the life-giving aleurone layer of the oat kernel




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