Oatmeal fiber has lots of health benefits because it can ferment into a short chain fatty acid. This fatty acid according to some studies might even lower colon cancer rates especially when paired with Vitamin D which is in Multi-Wow. This short chain fatty acid from oatmeal is also a gene target. This means it can turn off and on genes. It probably is not as strong as some of the most powerful gene targets but it is probably the cheapest. Gene targeting is how our genes are expressed in our bodies. If the right genes are active it promotes healthy aging. The goal is to get your genes to mimic calorie restriction with only eating the targeting agent. So you can eat your oatmeal and live better (and possible longer) too.
Marshall has been studying health and reading clinical studies for 15 year. He has been consulting with people for over 10 years.