• Low GI carbohydrate
  • Add to shakes for carb boost
  • Ultra-convenient fuel source
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High quality, Low GI carbohydrate source

INSTANT OATS are 100% organic and sourced locally from an Australian supplier. Finely ground into powder form, INSTANT OATS provide a rich source of low GI carbohydrates that can easily mixed with liquid or blended with other ingredients.


Low GI Carbohydrate

INSTANT OATS is a low GI carbohydrate, meaning it is digested slowly by the body, maintaining steady blood sugar levels.


Healthy Profile

INSTANT OATS are packed with fibre, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.


Slow And Sustained Release

INSTANT OATS provide an efficient, steady supply of energy to your body.


100% Organic

Made to the highest standards, INSTANT OATS are free from all chemical residue and carry organic certification.


Australian Sourced

Our oats are sourced locally from Australia and are produced using timeless processes that guarantee both quality and taste.


Finely ground powder

Ground into a fine oat flour, INSTANT OATS can be easily mixed into protein shakes, smoothies or yoghurt.

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What is the difference between a High GI and Low GI carbohydrate?

A GI rating relates to how quickly the body can convert the carbohydrate into glucose (energy) for the body to utilise. All carbohydrates can be classified on the GI index based on the speed of this conversion, and then subsequently labelled high GI (fast converting) or low GI (slow converting). Examples of high GI (fast releasing) carbohydrates are sweets, white bread and most cereals. Supplement wise high GI carbohydrates come in the form of Dextrose or Maltodextrin. Examples of low GI (slow/steady releasing) carbohydrates are brown bread, brown rice and most fruits. From a supplement perspective our Instant Oats provide a convenient and accessible source of low GI carbohydrates.

When are the best times to take a Low GI carbohydrate?

As a simple rule of thumb, stick to low GI carbohydrates as your “go to” option for carbohydrate intake throughout the day. Examples of low GI carbs are brown bread, brown rice and most fruits. These complex carbohydrates rate lowly on the GI index and provide a slow and steady release of energy. This slow and steady release will control blood sugar levels and increase satiety which will enable you to stick to your diet better and keep you properly fuelled throughout the day.

When are the best times to take a High GI carbohydrate?

High GI Carbohydrates like Dextrose should be used rarely and sparingly yet when utilised at the right times can be extremely effective in reaching your goals. When the body consumes a high GI carbohydrate like Dextrose it triggers the release of insulin, which subsequently acts as a signal for the body to absorb any other nutrients that are being taken. For this reason, Dextrose combined with a high quality protein, creatine, BCAA’s etc is a great way to give your body exactly what it needs quickly and effectively post workout.

How To Use +

Suggested Use

Add 1-2 Large TP scoop (25g-50g) to a liquid of your choice, shake and consume. Take 1-3 times daily or as required.

True Instant Oats are incredibly versatile, as due to their fine powdered nature they can be mixed with liquid very easily, providing a low GI carbohydrate source in a quick and accessible way.

Product Features +


Suitable for Vegetarians
Lactose Free
No Added Sugar
Blended and Packed in Australia
Nutritionals & Ingredients +



Ingredients Organic oat flour (100%) (Australia)
Allergens  Produced in a facility that handles nuts and nut products. Contains gluten. 

Nutritional Information

Energy  507Kj 1690Kj
Protein  3.2g 10.6g
Total Fat  0.5g 1.6g
-Saturated 0.5g 1.6g
Carbohydrates  21.2g 70.6g
-Sugars 0.2g 0.6g
Sodium  1mg 3mg

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