Live-Well™ Oatley (20 Sachets x 12g) RSP-MYR43.00 & Live-Well™ Oatley (20 Sachets x 12g x 2 + 20's ) RSP-MYR86.00
Live-Well™ Oatley is a delicious 2-in-1 blend of premium Oats + Barley powder imported from Australia and Europe with high concentration of Beta Glucan to lower cholesterol and maintain a healthy heart.
Features and Benefits
How it works
IT WORKS! Oatley is Effective for Lowering Cholesterol in 3 ways
Oatley delivers up to 400% more cholesterol-lowering Beta Glucan than natural oat bran, oatmeal or barley alone. 2 sachets of Oatley daily provides 3.4 g Beta Glucan - which is more than the minimum 3 g Beta Glucan required to lower cholesterol as per the permitted nutrient function claims by the MOH (Ministry of Health, Malaysia).
Cholesterol is flushed out with oatley Beta Glucan before it can be absorbed. That means less artery clogging cholesterol entering your body.
- Unlike bland-tasting oatmeal or oat bran powder, Oatley gives you the best of both oats & barley in a refreshingly delectable and authentic taste that you will love daily.
- Lightly sweetened with Stevia plant extract (Rebiana-A) - the 100% natural sweetener with zero calories that is good for your health
- Suitable for all including diabetics
- Convenient sachet form for accurate dosing
- More hygienic and helps prevent contamination
- No more messy scoops & unnecessary spillage
- No preservatives and artificial colouring
Oatley with Patented Beta Glucan Ingredient
Oatley contains high Beta Glucan from Valens International (www.valens.biz) - a global expert that produces concentrated Barley Beta Glucan (BBG®) using patented technology. The main health benefit of Valens BBG® is cholesterol management. It also helps in lowering the glycemic index (blood sugar).
Based on scientific evidence of the highest possible standard, Valens BBG® have received favourable opinions from the European Food and Safety Authority (EFSA) unlike many generic beta glucan ingredients.
Barley Beta-Glucan: Clinically Proven Cholesterol Lowering Effect.
Study result with 3g and 5g of barley Beta Glucan daily combined with a diet low in saturated and trans fats for 6 weeks (Keenan et al, 2007)
A 10% decrease in total blood cholesterol levels can reduce the incidence of heart disease by as much as 30% (Cohen, 1997).
Consumption of 3g or more barley Beta Glucan daily as part of a diet low in saturated fat and trans fat may reduce the risk of heart disease.
* LDL cholesterol- low density lipoprotein cholesterol, is also known as the "bad" cholesterol
** Cholesterol ratio- ratio of total cholesterol to HDL cholesterol (HDL cholesterol- high density lipoprotein cholesterol, is also known as the "good" cholesterol). A reduction in cholesterol ratio is beneficial as a lower ratio indicates a lower risk of heart disease.
Direction for use
Add 200 ml water to one sachet of Oatley. Take one (1) sachet twice daily ; One (1) sachet at breakfast and One (1) sachet at dinner, preferably before meals.
** Do not mix with hot water **
Contraindications and Cautions
- Always read the label. Use only as directed.
- If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.
|Premium High Beta Glucan Barley (Import From Australia & Europe)
|Oat Powder (Import From Australia & Europe)
|All Natural Stevia Extract
Questions & Answers (Q & A )
Q1. Why is Oatley best taken in 2 divided doses instead of once per day?
Oatley is best taken in 2 divided doses to ensure you are getting the maximum cholesterol-lowering benefit compared to taking a single dose. The reason is simple - Oatley works by binding to cholesterol in food and reduces its absorption into the body.
With 2 servings of Oatley in separate meals, twice the amount of cholesterol is excreted compared to a single serving. Taking one dose per day is not effective because most Malaysians consume at least 2 heavy meals out of 3. This makes Oatley more effective in lowering cholesterol versus other high beta glucan products that recommends only one serving daily.
Q2. I'm confused with the different percentages(%)of Beta Glucan in various High Beta Glucan powder drinks. How important is the percentage of Beta Glucan?
Contrary to popular belief, it really doesn't matter how much percentage (%) of Beta Glucan the product contains; the most important point to note is that the hi-beta glucan product must provide at least 3g of Beta Glucan in order to help reduce cholesterol.
This is in accordance to USFDA (US Food & Drug Administration), EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) and the MOH (Ministry of Health, Malaysia)'s permitted nutrient function claims, which states "3g per day of Oat and Barley soluble fibre (Beta Glucan) helps to lower or reduce blood cholesterol"
If you take the recommended dosage of 2 sachets per day, Oatley provides 3.4g Beta Glucan which is more than the minimum 3g Beta Glucan required to lower cholesterol levels.
Q3. Is Oatley suitable for Muslims?
Yes. Oatley is certified Halal by JAKIM and thus suitable for Muslims.
Q4. Is Oatley suitable for diabetics?
Yes, Oatley is SUITABLE FOR DIABETICS because it does not contain any sugar.
Furthermore, consuming foods with Oatley delays the rate of absorption of glucose in the small intestine therefore decreases the rise of blood sugar responses which helps diabetics to manage their blood sugar level.
Q5. Why does Oatley taste sweet?
Oatley is lightly sweetened with Stevia plant extract (Rebiana-A) - the 100% natural sweetener with zero calories that is good for your health.
Q6. When is the best time to take Oatley?
Take Oatley twice daily, 15 minutes before meals. It's best taken before two of your bigger meals of the day.
Q7. Can I stop my cholesterol medication prescribed by my doctor if I take Oatley?
It is not advisable to stop any prescribed medication without first discussing with your doctor.
Multiple risk factors can affect your blood cholesterol level such as genetics, health conditions including high blood pressure, diabetes as well as your diet and therefore you should follow up with your doctor to add Oatley into your daily cholesterol-lowering regime.
If your blood cholesterol is reduced after taking Oatley, you may speak to your doctor about reducing the dosage of your cholesterol medication.
Q8. Should I continue taking Oatley once my cholesterol level is reduced?
Yes, you should continue taking Oatley to maintain healthy cholesterol levels. If we stop taking Oatley daily, our cholesterol level may raise to unhealthy again as several factors can affect our cholesterol levels such as dietary intake and exercise. 2 sachets of Oatley daily provides 3.4g of beta glucan which helps to reduce the absorption of excessive cholesterol, saturated fats and trans fats from your diet.