Healthy Eating Guide

• Whole grains such as brown rice, barley, buckwheat, millet, black bean and many more are rich in essential nutrients which are beneficial to overall health.

• Cereal and cereal-based products are the most important source of major energy and protein. Eight types of cereals, namely wheat, maize, rice, barley, sorghum, oats, rye and millet – provide more than 56% of the energy and 50% of the protein consumed by the world population (Cordain, 1999).

• Other than being an excellent source of carbohydrate and protein, whole grain cereals are an important source of fibre, vitamins, minerals, lignans and other phytochemicals (Slavin, 1999) , notably iron, zinc, magnesium and phosphorus (FAO, 2002).

• Consuming foods rich in fibre, such as whole grains, as part of overall healthy eating, reduces the risk of coronary heart disease and may reduce constipation, by improving colonic function (Spiller, 2003).

• High fibre foods such as whole grains help provide a feeling of fullness with fewer calories.


• Malaysia Dietary Guidelines Recommends:
- Consume at least 4 servings of cereal foods daily
- Choose at least half of grains products from whole grains
- Choose cereal products that are high in fibre, low in fat, sugar and salt

Way Of Consumption

Mix 2 scoops (≈25g) of powder with a glass of cold / hot water (about 200ml). Stir well and drink after preparation.

Tasty as a hot or cold beverage. Enjoy it whenever you want!