Is too much cholesterol getting in...
...And then sticking
around too long?
Nutrim Can Help
Nutrim supports healthy cholesterol
Trusted Heart Health Benefits
Nutrim qualifies for the FDA heart-health claim because of its cholesterol benefits*
(When there is enough evidence of benefit, the FDA allows health claims to be made for certain products and foods)
Nutrim works with your body to carry excess cholesterol out
The body is working hard to get rid of excess cholesterol. It does this by creating bile from cholesterol and then releasing it into the digestive tract. Later on, bile is reabsorbed back into the body. Nutrim contains a natural soluble fiber from oats, called beta-glucan, which captures bile to keep it from being reabsorbed. Nutrim beta-glucans help escort out the cholesterol your body is trying to get rid of.
What is Nutrim
Nutrim is the result of the relentless work of USDA-ARS Hall of Fame Scientist Dr. George Inglett. Nutrim is a fine powder that mixes easily into any meal.
After creating a product that led to over a billion dollars in retail sales, Dr. Inglett continued his work until he made an all-natural product we now call Nutrim
Nutrim’s USDA-developed processing
breaks open oat's coarse cell walls,
freeing the heart-healthy beta-glucans
Nutrim makes heart-healthy oat beta-glucans more accessible to the body.
Research over the last 60 years has shown oat beta-glucans provide cholesterol benefits.
Nutrim is Easy to Use
Nutrim makes beverages creamier, soups richer, and smoothies smoother!
Nutrim Success Stories
Due to various regulations we're not allowed to share real customer stories on our website, but you can read hundreds of cholesterol success stories on theses 3rd party sites.
Unleash the Power of Oats with USDA-Developed Nutrim
The Nutrim Starter Kit comes with everything you need to get started!
One Month Supply of Nutrim
(2 Nutrim 30 serving cans)
$45 + Free Shipping through this exclusive offer
Nutrim® comes with a 90 day 100% money back guarantee. We've never refused a refund for any reason.
Don't Let Cholesterol Stick Around!
Give Your Body the Support it Needs to Help Remove More Cholesterol Naturally.
Frequently Asked Questions
Nutrim® is as safe to consume as oats or oat bran. Unless the doctor has restricted you from oat bran, there should be no issues taking Nutrim®. We recommend users consult their doctor prior to making any changes to current therapies.
There are no other ingredients in Nutrim® besides what you would find in oats. No added chemicals, enzymes or preservatives. Nothing added at all! Nutrim is Non-GMO Project Verified to be free from any GMO ingredients. The power is in the all natural processing developed by the USDA. Nutrim® is made from all natural oats grown only in North America. Nutrim® utilizes all natural, patented processing developed by the USDA.
Nutrim® is derived from 100% natural oat bran. This makes Nutrim® generally well-tolerated unless the user has an oat allergy. People who typically consume low amounts of dietary fiber on a daily basis may go through an adjustment period as they adapt to higher fiber levels. This may include increased gas and bloating. If this occurs, it is recommended to start with one half scoop of Nutrim®, twice per day, increasing consumption as the body adjusts.
Yes. Users can take Nutrim® with confidence. If after taking Nutrim®, a user is unsatisfied in any way they can call Customer Support at 800.862.0438 for a full refund. Nutrim® has never refused a refund for any reason. Even if you purchase multiple orders and have all empty cans we still give you a full refund on all your orders in the first 90 days.
Nutrim was developed in 1998 by Dr. Inglett at the USDA.
Customer Support: 800.862.0438 M-F 7:30a-4:30p CST
*Oat B-Glucans help lower cholesterol naturally as part of a heart healthy diet. Studies show that 3 grams of soluble fiber daily from oat bran, in a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. Nutrim provides 0.75g per serving. The reduced risk of heart disease is through the intermediate link of "blood cholesterol" or "blood total- and LDL-cholesterol" Results will vary from person to person.