Drink your way to good health

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AHOMEGROWN health bev­er­age brand is spread­ing its wings to Sabah and Sarawak next year. TG Ocean Health Food In­dus­tries Sdn Bhd’s Oat King, a highly nu­tri­tious bev­er­age that is suit­able for the whole fam­ily will be widely pro­moted in Sabah and Sarawak.

Cur­rently avail­able in orig­i­nal and choco­late flavours, the com­pany also of­fers in­stant oat and rolled oat im­ported from Fin­land.

Oat King com­bines 24 types of whole grains and beans with health-en­hanc­ing ben­e­fits in one nu­tri­tious drink. The in­gre­di­ents are im­ported from Europe and Aus­tralia.

The prod­uct is rich in di­etary sol­u­ble and in­sol­u­ble fi­bres, of which the beta-glu­can has proven ef­fec­tive in low­er­ing To­tal Choles­terol and LDL-Choles­terol (Bad Choles­terol) with­out any ef­fect on the HDLC­holes­terol (Good Choles­terol). Beta-glu­can can also pre­vent the har­den­ing of ar­ter­ies in in­ter­nal or­gans such as lung, liver, kid­neys and the heart.

A daily serv­ing of Oat King can help re­duce hy­per­ten­sion and high blood pres­sure. The com­po­nent also slows the rise in blood glu­cose and in­sulin lev­els, pre­vent­ing the many com­pli­ca­tions as­so­ci­ated with di­a­betes.

The in­sol­u­ble fi­bre in Oat King does not dis­solve in wa­ter, its spongy form can ab­sorb many times its own weight of liq­uid to help re­lieve con­sti­pa­tion and Tin­ni­tus prob­lems.

The ha­lal-cer­ti­fied Oat King has a higher con­cen­tra­tion of well-bal­anced pro­tein com­pared to other ce­re­als.

It con­tains a good bal­ance of es­sen­tial fatty acids that can con­trib­ute to longevity and gen­eral good health.

It is a nat­u­ral food sup­ple­ment that is chem­i­cal-free. Among the nu­tri­ents con­tained within are high-qual­ity oats, bar­ley, wheat, malt, wheat germ, wheat bran, brown rice, red rice, black bean, soy­bean, mung bean, white navy bean, corn, se­same seed and Job’s tears from Aus­tralia and Europe, all finely grounded into pow­der form for easy con­sump­tion.

With Nano tech­nol­ogy pack­ag­ing, the nu­tri­tious and tasty Oat King is now un­doubt­edly the in­dis­putable health drink in Malaysia.

The grain nu­tri­tion is also one of the most suit­able sup­ple­ments for sports­men or those who en­joy sport ac­tiv­i­ties as grains can sup­ply last­ing en­ergy.

As for the oats, the 100% pure or­ganic food are strictly free from ar­ti­fi­cial colour­ing and preser­va­tives.

They are rich in mag­ne­sium and chromium to en­able the preven­tion of di­a­betes as well as an­tiox­i­dants to im­prove blood cir­cu­la­tions and pro­tect blood ves­sels.

Also nat­u­rally rich in cal­cium, phos­pho­rus, ferum, zinc and other min­er­als, the oats help to ef­fec­tively pre­vent os­teo­poro­sis, pro­mote wound heal­ing and pro­tect from anaemia.

For op­ti­mum re­sults, Oat King is best con­sumed in the morn­ing on an empty stom­ach and 30 min­utes be­fore one goes to bed.

It goes well with any hot bev­er­ages, fruit juices, milk, honey, sauces, gravies, soups or salad dress­ings, sprin­kled on ce­real, cot­tage cheese or yo­ghurt.

The prod­ucts are avail­able at over 1,000 phar­ma­cies and or­ganic shops na­tion­wide.

TG Ocean’s cor­po­rate vi­sion is to make avail­able the prod­uct to ev­ery­one at a rea­son­able cost in help­ing them achieve a healthy life­style.

The com­pany has also set its sight on the global front in pro­mot­ing the health ben­e­fits of Oat King, which also in­clude im­prov­ing the im­mune sys­tem, avoid­ing gastric and help­ing in in­som­nia woes, to a wider tar­get mar­ket.

The com­pany was be­stowed with nu­mer­ous awards such as the Golden Ea­gle Award 2013, the Asia Suc­cess Award 2010/2011, the Pres­ti­gious Brand by 21st Cen­tury, ASEAN ARFF Award and the most re­cent, 21st Cen­tury The Pres­ti­gious Ser­vice Qual­ity Award 2013.

For more in­for­ma­tion, log on to www.tgo­cean.com.my or call 04-626 2621.

TG Ocean Health Food In­dus­tries Sdn Bhd di­rec­tors Koay Kai Bin (left), Ong Thor Guan (sec­ond left) and Ge­orge Jin (fourth left) hand­ing over a mock cheque of RM100,000 to rep­re­sen­ta­tives of Pe­nang Fujian Mer­chants As­so­ci­a­tion while Pe­nang state ex­ec­u­tive coun­cil­lor Chow Kon Yeow (fourth right) looks on.

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