Whole Oat Powder All Natural Complex Carb Non-GMO

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GLUTEN-FREE:Certified to be Gluten-Free by the Gluten-Free Organization.

VEGAN:Certified to be Vegan by the American Vegetarian Association.

COMPLEX CARB: Slow-digesting carbohydrate to keep you fuller longer.

THE DATE YOU SEE ON THE BOTTLE: To be compliant with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations, we have changed the date on the top of our product’s lid from “Expiration date” to “Date Of Manufacturing (DOM)”

100% NATURAL: Our Whole Oat Powder is Non-GMO and contains zero additives.

LOW GLYCEMIC LOAD: The low-glycemic load and index makes it the ideal option for those avoiding sudden spikes in blood sugar.

CONVENIENT: Great option for those with an active lifestyle. No blender needed, just scoop and go!

BAKING: This product makes a great replacement for wheat flour in baking.

What is Muscle Feast Whole Oat Powder?

Muscle Feast Whole Oat Powder is made from whole oats that have been ground into a fine powder. This quick and easy, slow-digesting complex carbohydrate is the perfect option for anyone with a healthy and active lifestyle. No need to get your blender, simply scoop and GO! With Muscle Feast Whole Powder, you can easily add 27 grams of healthy carbs to your diet.

Where does Muscle Feast get its oat powder?

We source our whole oats from Vittera, one of the leading grain handlers in North American for more than 100 years. We chose this manufacturer because of its strong core values and innovative processes within the agriculture community. Their commitment to service, from farmers to end-users, makes them the right partner for Muscle Feast.

How is Muscle Feast Whole Oat Powder made?

Initially, whole oat grain goes through the standard process of cleaning and hulling. Cleaning removes foreign material, thin oats, dehulled oats, and dust from the milling quality oats. The hulling process takes cleaned oats, and by use of impact hullers, removes the hull from the groat.

Following hulling, aspirators remove the loose hulls, and scourers remove the small hairs (trichomes) from the groat. Paddy tables and length graders then remove most of the unhulled oats from the stream and return them to be dehulled. Following the hulling operation, groats are conditioned to make an edible food product from raw grain. In the conditioning process, the moisture content increases before the groats pass through a kiln, where they are heated using dry heat radiators to a temperature of approximately 215° F.

During the heating process, lipase and other enzymes that lead to rancidity are deactivated. This process enhances flavor, creates starch gelatinization, and decreases the amount of moisture to a point acceptable for storage.

The product then enters the sizing system, where width graders are used to sizing the individual pieces. Large groats enter the groat stream, while small groats and broken pieces are sent to the cutting system. Several paddy tables remove all remaining oats from the groat stream and return them to the hulling system. Finally, the whole oats are ground into a powder and sent straight to your door.


Mix one serving (1 level scoop) with 6 to 8 ounces of water or the beverage of your choice. Muscle Feast Whole Oat Powder will mix easily in water and is exceptional for baking.

Whole Grain Oats

Our oat drink powder is produced with nothing but pure, all-natural, whole grain oats. No additives, preservatives, or artificial ingredients have been added to this product.

Who is it best for?

The Muscle Feast oat drink powder contains all the nutrients and health benefits found in your usual bowl of whole grain oatmeal. Oat powder nutrition helps:

  • Provide high amounts of fiber
  • Maintain healthy cholesterol and blood sugar already within the normal range
  • Promote cardiac health
  • Maintain blood pressure already within the normal range
  • Provide a clean and healthy source of carbohydrates
  • Act as a baking alternative
  • Flavor

    The Muscle Feast oat drink powder is offered unflavored and is best mixed in with milk, water, or your favorite drink. It can even serve as a go-to ingredient for baked goods recipes.