Bobs Red Mill Gluten Free Rolled Oats - 32 Oz.
At last, oats that people with celiac disease or gluten intolerance can enjoy, too! Each farm delivery we receive is sampled hundreds of times and tested with an R5 ELISA gluten test to ensure the absence of gluten.
Advanced color-sorting removes undetected impurities. Roasting enhances that wholesome robust flavor you expect. Finally, the oats are packaged in our 100 Percentage gluten free facility and tested for gluten again to ensure their purity.
The modern oat draws its ancestry from the wild red oat, a plant originating in Asia.
Oats have been cultivated for two thousand years in various regions throughout the world.
Before being consumed as a food, oats were used for medicinal purposes, a use for which they are still honored.
The growing of oats in Europe was widespread, and oats constituted an important commercial crop since they were a dietary staple for the people of many countries including Scotland, Great Britain, Germany and the Scandinavian countries.
In the early 17th century, Scottish settlers brought oats to North America.
Today, the largest commercial producers of oats include the Russian Federation, the United States, Germany, Poland and Finland.
Scores of studies have documented the many health benefits of oats.
Eating oats helps lower LDL bad cholesterol and may help reduce the risk of heart disease.
Oats help you feel fuller longer, which helps control your weight.
Oatmeal and oats may help lower blood pressure.
Oats may help reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes, since their soluble fiber helps control blood sugar.
Oats are high in beta-glucans, a kind of starch that stimulates the immune system.
Oats are higher in protein and healthy fats, and lower in carbohydrates than most other whole grains.
They contain more soluble fiber than any other grain.
Oats contain more than 20 unique polyphenols called avenanthramides, which have strong anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-itching activity.
They also have the best amino acid balance of all the cereal grains.
Ask the person next to you to name all the ways we can eat oats, and as oatmeal porridge, for breakfast – would be the likely answer, followed quickly by oatmeal cookies, granola, and granola bars.
But that's only the beginning.
There are many ways you can cook with oats.
They make a great crispy coating; they extend meatloaf and burgers, while enhancing their juiciness; or they can make a savory side dish.
Browse our extensive recipe collection for ideas for using gluten free oats.
Please be aware that a small percentage of people cannot tolerate even the purest of oats.
If you are unsure whether oats are suitable for your diet, please check first with your health advisor before eating them.
Serving Size 1/2 cup (48g)
Servings Per Container 19
Calories from fat 30
Total Fat 4 g
Saturated Fat 0.5 g
Trans Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 0 mg
Total Carbohydrate 32 g
Dietary Fiber 5 g
Sugars 1 g
Protein 7 g
Vitamin A 0 Percentage
Vitamin C 0 Percentage
Calcium 2 Percentage
Iron 15 Percentage
Whole grain oats