Unique Benefits of Tocotrienols
(Super Vitamin E)

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Oat Bran (Beta-Glucan)

The main soluble fiber concentrated in the bran of oats has gained particular interest due to growing evidence of its health promotion benefits, especially in Lowering Cholesterol, control of Blood Glucose, improvement of Gastrointestinal health and Satiety control.


Oligofructose is an oligosaccharide produced by enzymatic hydrolysis of Inulin. Inulin can be enzymatically hydrolyzed to produce Fructo-Oligosaccharides (FOS). Inulin and FOS have been shown to stimulate growth of health-promoting Gut Bacteria, namely Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli. High amount of dietary fiber (Oats and Oligofructose) will promote gastrointestinal health, Satiety in term of Weight Management and prevent Obesity.

Seaweed Calcium

Calcium is an essential mineral, not only for healthy Bones and Teeth, but also for the proper functioning of Muscles, Nerves, Blood Clotting systems and reduce risk of Osteoporosis. Common Calcium derived from Rock, Limestone or Oyster Shell could increase the risk of Heart disease and Kidney stones. Seaweed Calcium is from plant source, which has enhanced absorption and does not leave particles deposits.

Soy Lecithin

Lecithin is a high Choline substance that occurs naturally in plants (Soybeans). Choline is a kind of micro-nutrient that is good for the Heart, Brain Development, Lowering Cholesterol and helps in transporting triglycerides out of the Liver.

Soy Protein

Soy protein, extracted from the annual leguminous soybean plant that has been in the food chain for over 5,000 years, is the only plant-based protein considered to be a high-quality protein that is effective in Building and Repairing Body Tissues.


Lutein is a type of Carotenoids, commonly found in vegetables. Lutein has been frequently studied and associated with the prevention of Eye diseases, such as Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD), Cataracts and Retinitis Pigmentosa.