Blackmores Smart Heart

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Smart Heart™

Blackmores Smart Heart is a simple way to increase betaglucan intake to help reduce blood cholesterol, naturally.

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Overview

Blackmores Smart Heart is a natural oat bran powder rich in oat betaglucan. A daily serve (14 g) delivers 3 g betaglucan which, when consumed as part of a healthy diet that is low in saturated fats, helps to reduce cholesterol.

Why use

  • A natural oat bran powder rich in oat betaglucan
  • A daily serve (14 g) delivers 3 g betaglucan which, when consumed as part of a healthy diet that is low in saturated fats, helps to reduce cholesterol
  • No added sugar, fat or salt
  • Neutral flavour, so it can be added to cereal, drinks or smoothies

The Blackmores difference

Smart Heart is a natural oat bran powder rich in oat betaglucan.  A daily serve (14 g) delivers 3 g betaglucan which, when consumed as part of a healthy diet that is low in saturated fats, helps to reduce cholesterol.

Smart Heart has a neutral flavour so it can be added to cereal, drinks or smoothies.

 

Serving suggestion

Add 14 g (2 tablespoons) to your cereal or smoothie. Add more or less liquid (water or milk) according to your personal taste and stir. Consume immediately.

Physical description

Beige powder

Nutritional information

Servings per package: 21
Serving size: 14.0 g 

Average Quantity
per serving
 

Average Quantity
per 100 g
 
Energy
175 kj (43 cal)
1251 kj (299 cal)
Protein
2.9 g
20.6 g
Fat, total
0.6 g
4.2 g
- saturated
0.1 g
0.8 g
Carbohydrate, total
4.3 g
31 g
- sugars
0.5 g
3.4 g
Dietary fibre, total
4.7 g
33.9 g
- Betaglucan
3.1 g
22 g
Sodium
0.4 g 3 mg
Potassium 98 mg 700 mg

Ingredients

OatWell® OatBran Powder (100%). Contains gluten.
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use.

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Hi…could you tell me (as this product is 100% OatBran Powder…whether it differs from say a bowl of porridge oats every morning? Many thanks, Paula
Paula
Paula 07 Jul 2016