NuNaturals – NuGrains – Oat Fiber – Non-GMO Certified – 1 Pound

December 29, 2018 - Comment

NuNaturals Oat Fiber is an easy way to increase the fiber in your diet. Oats are one of the best natural sources of fiber available. A Natural Process: Oat Fiber is naturally produced from food-grade oat hulls through a proprietary, chemical-free process. Suggested Use: Add to your Snacks, Taco Shells, Bread, Batters, Pasta, Beverages, Meat

NuNaturals Oat Fiber is an easy way to increase the fiber in your diet. Oats are one of the best natural sources of fiber available. A Natural Process: Oat Fiber is naturally produced from food-grade oat hulls through a proprietary, chemical-free process. Suggested Use: Add to your Snacks, Taco Shells, Bread, Batters, Pasta, Beverages, Meat Products, Spice Blends, Smoothies and any other recipe where you want to boost the fiber content. GMO-Free: Our Oat Fiber is Non-GMO Project Verified.

Product Features

  • Easily Dissolves – No excessive stirring, heating, or crunching through stubborn sugar granules. Dissolves instantly in hot/cold beverages or foods
  • High Fiber – Three grams of dietary fiber per one-teaspoon serving, which is a whopping 12 percent of your daily fiber requirement.
  • 100% Percent Oat Fiber, Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Vegan – Made only from food-grade oat hulls.
  • No Risk Guarantee – NuNaturals offers a full refund if we didn’t meet your expectations for ANY reason. No questions asked.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Back for more. This is my 2nd time purchasing this product. I follow the trim healthy mama diet plan, and I use this to make my own backing blend flour. It’s a great price and a good amount for what you pay. I will buy more when I run out again.

Anonymous says:

interesting product ! So I clicked 5 stars and the review page responded “I love it!”. Well that’s not true- I don’t love it. It’s a kind of disgusting fine whitish flavorless powder that easily drifts onto your countertop in addition to whatever container you want to put it in. The five stars is for the benefit of fiber. It seems that 30 grams per day is the minimum healthy dose of fiber and I don’t know anyone who gets that much. That’s like a bushel of apples or something. So this stuff is handy; you can stir some into your scrambled eggs or soup or many beverages and it just disappears there. No carbs, no sugar, nothing bad in there. Just don’t sneeze when you are holding a spoonful.

Anonymous says:

Takes some getting used to, but worth the effort. If I wrote this review a month ago, it would not be nearly as good. Oat fiber takes some getting used to. But now that I’ve been working with it for a while, and have learned how to make it behave and taste more like a conventional flour, it’s a wonderful thing. I have made good use of almond extract for flavor. This oat fiber in particular, does not seem to have any wheat traces in it, which is very important when cooking for my gluten-sensitive relatives.Anyone trying to stay on a keto diet, do yourself a favor and try this.

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