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Fuel your mornings by combining oatmeal with your protein shake, in Optimum Nutrition’s Whey & Oats breakfast shakes. Mornings can now be convenient and easy, allowing you to hit your macros and meet your protein needs. Each shake contains all the necessary amino acids to help support muscle recovery, and complex carbohydrates to boost energy to help build more strength and endurance.*
Made with whole oat flour and oat bran, you get 4 grams of fiber in each shake, along with sought after complex carbohydrates. This helps give a steady stream of energy, helping to get your day started in the right direction. A protein blend of whey concentrate and whey isolate deliver 27 grams of protein, helping boost muscle growth and recovery.
Each serving consists of only 190 calories for a guilt free indulgence. With several rich, mouth-watering flavors like glazed donut or blueberry muffin, breakfast will never be the same again.
* RESULTS MAY VARY
Optimum Nutrition’s Whey & Oats is a delicious breakfast-inspired shake that delivers protein and complex carbohydrates. Each help boost muscle growth and recovery, while supplying a steady stream of energy.
Mix 1-2 scoops in 12-16 ounces of water, and stir.
Do not exceed recommended dose. May not be suitable for those who are pregnant, or nursing. Consult your physician with any questions or concerns.
Whey Concentrate – Whey concentrate is the milk separation of the protein rich top liquid layer during cheese production.
Whey Isolate – Whey Isolate is further processed than whey concentrate, and is lower in sugar, fat and carbohydrates.
Whole Oat Flour – Whole Oat Flour is rich in complex carbohydrates, which are slower to digest and provide a longer stream of energy.
Q. When Should I Take Whey & Oats?
A. Even though Whey & Oats is intended as a breakfast shake, it can be taken any time during the day or post exercise.
Q. Does Whey & Oats Contain Dairy?
A. Yes, this product contains both whey concentrate and whey isolate, which are both derived from milk.
Q. How Much Protein Is In Each Serving?
A. There is 27 grams of protein in each scoop.