A steaming bowl of fresh cooked oatmeal is the perfect way to start off your day, especially if you are trying to prevent or are currently dealing with heart disease or diabetes.
Oats are rich in fiber, so a serving can help you feel full throughout the day. Just a half cup packs 4.6 grams of Resistant Starch, a healthy carb that boosts metabolism and burns fat.
A study published in the Archives of Interval Medicine confirms that eating high fiber foods, such as oats, helps prevent heart disease.
– Oats may reduce Asthma risk in Children
– Oats may reduce the risk of coronary artery disease & lower the risk of colorectal cancer
– Oats may boost nutrition profile of Gluten-free Diets
– People use Oats for joint pain (rheumatism), fatigue, stop smoking cigarette (withdrawal from nicotine and narcotics)
– Oats may be used to lower high uric acid levels that can cause gout. Also used for weak bladder and kidney ailments.
– Oats improve Immune System defenses and increase appetite control hormones
– Oats straw is used for the flu, swine (H1N1) flu, coughs, bladder disorders, joint pain, eye ailments, frostbite, gout, and a skin infection called impetigo. Topically, Oats are used for skin conditions including itchiness, dryness, oiliness, weeping eczema, and dermatitis. It’s also applied to the skin for chicken pox, osteoarthritis, liver disorders.
– Oats may help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes
– Oats may improve insulin sensitivity
– Oats lower bad cholesterol
– Oats help control blood pressure
Although Oats don’t contain gluten, in rare cases, they are grown in the same fields as wheat or barley and these crops can sometimes contaminate oats with gluten. Therefore, those who suffer from gluten intolerance may have to exercise caution when eating oats.
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