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Life Pro Fit Food Neutral Oatmeal Flour 1kg

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La Harina de Avena Neutra de Life Pro es una deliciosa y nutritiva harina de avena ecológica con sabor neutro ideal para incorporar en todas tus recetas, dulces o saladas y obtener una de las mejores fuentes de energía.



Life Pro oatmeal is the perfect breakfast or snack. It provides energy and vitality for your workouts and to get you through the day.

Life Pro Fit-Food Neutral Oatmeal is rich in nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. It also provides large amounts of fiber that help reduce blood cholesterol, improve digestion and support metabolism.

Oat flour is, as its name suggests, a type of flour that is produced by grinding natural oat grains, and stands out for its versatility when consumed, as well as for its high fiber content.

In the world of fitness and sports, oatmeal has gained great popularity thanks to its nutritional values, the amount of avocados that can be prepared and its flavor, which combines with all kinds of foods.

It is a product increasingly used for its taste, properties, high fiber and mineral content. It is ideal for your breakfasts, snacks, snacks or desserts.

Life Pro Fit Food Oatmeal with neutral flavor is a premium quality oatmeal obtained from organic farming and with delicious flavors with which you can enjoy delicious and nutritious shakes, pancakes, cookies, and all kinds of meals that your imagination is able to cover.

Each bag of Life Pro Oatmeal contains 1 kilogram.


Oatmeal is a great source of energy that will allow us to do all the daily activities of the day to day as well as the most demanding workouts.

Its neutral taste makes it easy to consume. You can add it to all kinds of recipes, both sweet and savory and get the flavor you want.

As it is a flour, and not whole oat flakes, you can add it to your shakes in a way that facilitates its intake and digestion and is a good option to vary the sources from which we obtain them in our diet.

It is a cereal rich in antioxidants.

It contains avenanthramides: an exclusive component of this cereal.  They are polyphenols that belong exclusively to oats and are beneficial for the improvement of the cardiovascular system.

Contains avenin: it can improve insomnia and nervousness as it has sedative effects on the nervous system. They also combat cellular oxidation, have a blood pressure regulating and anti-inflammatory effect.

It has a large amount of soluble fiber: it provides a feeling of satiety, which is why it is so widely used in breakfasts by people seeking satiety, as well as those who aim to lose fat. It also has insoluble fiber, prevents constipation. 

It contains a type of soluble fiber called beta-glucan, which is characterized by having a prebiotic effect in the intestine, feeding the bacteria responsible for maintaining a healthy microbiota, and promoting its maintenance and growth. 

It helps to reduce LDL cholesterol.

It is a cereal that provides higher amounts of vitamins and minerals compared to other cereals.

It helps to recharge glycogen deposits before and after workouts, favoring recovery.

It reduces fatigue and strengthens the immune system.


Source of energy

Oatmeal is a carbohydrate, one of the main macronutrients from which the body is able to obtain energy. 

It is a type of complex carbohydrate or high glycemic index: due to a more complex molecular structure, it takes longer for the body to obtain energy, providing a higher satiety index. Its glycemic index is 40.

Provide energy to our body, immediately, as well as act as a reserve for when energy is needed.

Its storage as muscular glycogen to obtain energy is used by the muscle, while hepatic glycogen is transformed into glucose, passes into the blood and goes to the muscle to be used.



Oats are one of the cereals with the highest protein content. They are characterized by the fact that they contain 6 of the 9 essential amino acids that our body cannot produce by itself. Like the rest of vegetable proteins, they are not considered to be of high biological value because they lack certain amino acids, so it is recommended to supplement them with another protein source.

The type of protein found in greater quantities are prolamins

Fiber content.

Oatmeal is a cereal that combines the two types of fiber: soluble and insoluble fiber.

Soluble fiber is responsible for providing a feeling of satiety, which is why it is so widely used in breakfasts by people seeking satiety, as well as those who aim to lose fat. It helps regulate blood sugar levels and reduces the possibility of diabetes.

Insoluble fiber helps prevent constipation and improves intestinal transit.

It is a great source of different vitamins. 

Vitamin B1: 0.55mg

Its main function is to contribute to carbohydrate metabolism and plays an essential role in the nervous system as it intervenes in the synthesis of acetylcholine. 

Its lack may cause insomnia and fatigue. It also participates in mitochondrial functions and cellular energy production processes.

Vitamin B6: 0.94mg

It acts as a coenzyme in the metabolism of amino acids. 

It is essential for the correct functioning of enzymes, influences brain development during pregnancy and infancy, and contributes to maintain the immune system in optimal conditions.

Vitamin E: 1.2mg

It is a powerful antioxidant found in high concentrations in blood. It also intervenes as a stabilizer of cell membranes, platelet aggregation and protection against hemolysis.

Niacin: 1mg

The functions in which it participates are: numerous metabolic actions, glycolysis, Krebs cycle, amino acid deamination. It is a vitamin that contributes to reduce high cholesterol level.

Vitamin K: intervenes in blood coagulation: prevents hemorrhages.

Source of minerals:

Iron: contributes to cognitive function and proper energy metabolism, formation of hemoglobin and red blood cells. Contributes to reduce tiredness and fatigue.

Iodine: intervenes in the synthesis and production of thyroid hormones and regulates metabolism.

Magnesium: helps lower blood pressure, improves performance, prevents fatigue and improves calcium absorption in the bones.

Calcium: helps maintain optimal bone condition and prevents osteoporosis and muscle cramps in athletes.

Potassium: contributes to regulate blood pressure levels. 

Phosphorus: involved in the correct formation of bones and teeth and in the metabolism of macronutrients.


Life Pro Oatmeal is ideal for all those people who want a source of carbohydrates that provide satiety and stands out for its versatility when combined with other types of food.

It is recommended for:

People who want to improve their habits and seek a healthy lifestyle.

People who aim to gain muscle mass, as well as fat loss.

People who want to improve their intestinal transit.

People who want to improve their cholesterol levels.


Life Pro Neutral Oatmeal is suitable to take at any time of the day when we want a contribution of slow absorption carbohydrates.

It can be taken at breakfast because of its compatibility with other foods such as fruits, dried fruits and nuts, and it can be used to prepare different recipes, including oatmeal cakes, sponge cakes, porridge, cookies, etc. That we can take throughout the day.

 Some of the recommended times in the day can be:

Before training:

Since it will ensure a correct loading of glycogen stores. To be able to effectively carry out the training, perform properly and ensure that our muscles have the necessary energy.

It can be an ideal source for all types of sports, both strength and endurance.

It is recommended to take at least two or three hours before, since its digestion is slow and can cause discomfort if a period of time is not left between consumption and physical activity.

After workouts

It is important to combine them with a source of protein to enhance recovery, construction and maintenance of muscle tissue. 

Taking oatmeal at night: it is a totally false myth that taking carbohydrates at night will make us gain fat. 

Oatmeal will help replenish glycogen stores and provide the energy we need throughout the day for vital functions and physical activity.


Oatmeal is a source of carbohydrates, there is no exact amount of carbohydrates that should be consumed because each person is different, has a different metabolism and the amount of this macronutrient that may be needed is individual to each person. Between 40% and 60% of the daily intake can belong to this macronutrient.

Also, it is important to take into account your goals, physical condition and the degree and intensity of physical activity you do.

We can calculate it according to our body weight. Depending on our objectives, the amount can vary between 4 to 8 grams per kilogram of weight.


Oats contain practically no gluten.

Gluten refers to two proteins found mainly in wheat, barley and rye.

Oats belong to a different species called Aveneae, so their content is much lower. Life Pro's neutral oat flour has been processed in facilities where products containing gluten are produced. It may contain traces.

Prolamins account for only 5% to 15% of the total, compared to 80% in wheat, and 30%-50% in rye and barley.

When we refer to uncontaminated oats, we mean oats that do not contain traces of other cereals, and therefore gluten. This cross-contamination is difficult to avoid since they are usually processed in the same facilities. 

Legally, a product is considered gluten-free if it contains less than 20 ppm.

Life Pro's neutral oat flour has been processed in facilities where gluten-containing products are produced. It may contain traces.

In conclusion, whether or not to consume oats if you are gluten intolerant will depend on each case depending on tolerance. 

It is recommended to consult a health or nutrition professional in case of doubt. 


Oatmeal does not usually cause bloating or stomach discomfort in healthy people who do not have any allergy or intolerance to this cereal.

If the person is not accustomed to the intake of whole grain cereals, some bloating may occur associated with a change in the diet by increasing the fiber intake accompanied by cramps or flatulence

To avoid these symptoms, it is possible to start consuming the product in small doses and increase it over time, i.e. gradually until the desired dose is reached.

In this way, the intestinal bacterial flora will begin to assimilate and achieve a balance, which, as a result, will feel good.

Another way to improve its digestion is to soak the oatmeal to denature to some extent the proteins that are difficult to digest and to associate it with the intake of products with digestive enzymes.


The neutral oatmeal is ideal to combine with all kinds of recipes both sweet and savory. 

You can add it together with the protein shake, in masses of pancakes, biscuits, porridge as a substitute for white flour that is conventionally used, or along with fruit, creams of nuts, whole nuts etc..

It is also a good option with beaten cheese, yogurt or milk.

Add quantity to taste.

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