Eating Oatmeal Everyday Does This To Your Body

Eating Oatmeal Everyday Does This To Your Body


when you think of votes you think of
them as an ingredient in breakfast cereals and oatmeal and maybe a
delicious oatmeal cookie over the past decade oats have become an extremely
popular health food according to health line oats are loaded with fiber ten
point six grams and contain a van thermite which is only found in oats F&N
thermite can help reduce arterial inflammation and regulate blood pressure
for those who eat oatmeal every day whether it’s for breakfast or a snack
during the day there are certain things that it can do for your body before we
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control weight when it comes to losing weight
there are times we can always use a little help so if you eat oatmeal you
might be able to control your weight a study that was published in 2009 in an
issue of molecular nutrition and food research gives evidence of this claim
this study concluded that the compound found an oat meal known as beta glucan
can reduce one’s appetite by increasing the hormone cholecystokinin plus oatmeal
is full of fiber which is something that keeps you feeling fuller longer which
means no trips to the vending machine for snacks once you get to work not that
you’re guilty of that bestie viewer not you reduces blood pressure heart disease
is one of the top causes of death in North America so anytime we can lower
our blood pressure we will reduce the risk of developing heart disease a study
published by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that a high
whole-grain diet is just as effective as taking an antihypertensive medication to
lower your blood pressure remember that beta glucan we talked
about in the last point well turns out studies published in pubmed show that it
can also help reduce your bad LDL cholesterol and your regular cholesterol
levels that can increase your risk of heart disease stabilizes blood sugar
levels everyone has experienced a sugar crash at some point in their life with
oatmeal this won’t happen as often because of its high fiber content the
sugar is released more slowly into the bloodstream which means that it has a
low glycemic index a study that was published in the Journal of Clinical
Nutrition states a low glycemic index was associated with
less insulin resistance and a lowered risk of developing type 2 diabetes and
metabolic syndrome oats can possibly help with insulin sensitivity as well
when our body stop responding to insulin it can cause a whole bunch of health
issues and insulin resistance is extremely common any defense against
insulin resistance will help your body out in many ways digestion according to
reviews that were published in the supplement issue of the British Journal
of nutrition oats can play a vital role in improving society digestive and diet
quality when you feel fuller you give your body time to digest the food
quicker so many times people often overeat because they don’t have the
fullness feeling colorectal cancer Britain and Netherland researchers
published evidence in BMJ that covered almost two million people and evaluated
whether or not high fiber diets are linked to a lower risk of colorectal
cancer they found that an extra 10 grams of fiber per day can reduce someone’s
risk of developing colorectal cancer by 10 percent promotes antioxidant activity
as we’ve mentioned at the beginning oatmeal is loaded with antioxidants
called Aven anther amides these can inhibit inflammation and also boost the
production of nitric oxide which prevents hardening of the arteries
antioxidants also protect your cells from free radicals free radicals
increase the risk of cancer and heart disease a study published in nutrition
and cancer found that Aven anthro mines and oats actually decrease the spread of
colon cancer cells they’re an easy breakfast option all science aside
eating oats in the morning is just an easy way to be healthy
oats contain lots of fiber and protein which are two things many of us don’t
get enough of daily you can give yourself an extra boost by adding some
almond butter fruits nuts whatever as long as it’s not added sugar it’s an
easy way to get a healthy meal first thing in the morning that’ll keep you
feeling full for a long time lowers the risk of asthma especially
when it comes to kids pubmed says asthma the most common disease kids deal with
asthma can take many forms but it affects the Airways and can make it hard
to breathe one way or another it can be triggered by a wide range of things like
exercise the seasons changing and allergies it can also manifest in many
ways as well like shortness of breath coughing and wheezing it affects
everyone differently but it can be quite serious and sometimes can involve a trip
to the hospital studies from the National Institute of
Health’s show that introducing oats into a child’s diet early like as one of the
first forms of food they try can protect them from early onset asthma they keep
you um regular constipation isn’t fun for anyone while laxatives do work
they’re often associated with weight loss and can be more uncomfortable than
anything this is where oats could be a great alternative to laxatives because
of their high percentage of fiber oats can help digestion and keep you from
feeling well you know backed up so to speak
eating oatmeal every day can give you tons of vitamins and nutrients your body
needs not to mention antioxidants in just half
a cup of dry oats you’ll get your full daily requirement
of manganese vitamins b1 and b5 almost half your recommended daily intake of
phosphorus 24 percent of your daily copper iron and zinc
not to mention small amounts of calcium potassium and vitamins b6 and b3
that’s a ton of stuff all for only about 300 calories we understand that eating
the same thing every day can be challenging so here’s a few ways you
could spice up your oatmeal routine so you can get all those benefits we just
listed the good thing is there are many types of oats so why not experiment with
them you can try dry steel-cut old-fashioned each of these has their
own unique flavor profiles and the more you try the more you’ll find one that
you love if you’re sticking with oatmeal for breakfast why not try making it
sweet with fruits nuts or go the other way and try something savory like
topping it with an egg you can use broth instead of water to kick up the flavor
profile keeping with the breakfast theme you can
also add oats to any smoothie for an added protein and fiber boost plus the
flavors are endless you can even put a little cocoa if you’re craving something
chocolatey something that’s for someone on the go could be baked oats it’s the
perfect solution if you’re a meal prepper and gives you a firmer version
of the oatmeal you’re used to plus because it’s more like a casserole you
can slice it up and take it on the go especially if you’re prone to snoozing
your alarm a few times in the morning there are so many recipes to give you
inspiration you can treat oatmeal kind of like a blank canvas if that canvas
was full of vitamins and was like really healthy for you and that’s the video
what did you think of all the health benefits votes are you gonna try and
incorporate more oatmeal into your daily routine do you already love oatmeal and
have some sort of awesome recipe that you’d like to share with your fellow
besties viewers why not let us know your favorite ways to eat oatmeal in the
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