Nothing says “good morning” and gets your day started with energy, like a warm bowl of oatmeal. Whether slowly cooked and creamy or blended with fresh fruit, oats provide your body with many benefits. If you’re not eating oatmeal a few times per week as a healthy breakfast, you’re missing out on a delicious way to add fiber, nutrients and long lasting energy to your body first thing.

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Oatmeal For Glowing Skin

There are also many other ways that adding a bowl of oatmeal will enhance your life, and one of those reasons is for flawless skin. Oatmeal is an ideal skin-friendly breakfast food because they are antioxidant and fiber-rich whole grains that get absorbed slowly, so it doesn’t cause the blood sugar spikes like refined breakfast cereals do. Having those blood sugar spikes are linked with skin flare-ups.

Oats are an amazing natural beauty enhancer, as they soothe and heal the skin, while reducing inflammation. Inflammation is one of the number one causes of premature aging, and it all starts on the inside, so reducing inflammation is necessary for gorgeously radiant skin.

And when it comes to choosing the right oatmeal, texture not taste, should be the deciding factor. Steel cut oats or rolled oats are the best bets, and a far better choices than instant oatmeal because of the processing.

Oatmeal for Weight Loss

People who consume oats regularly are less likely to become obese. In fact, studies show that children who eat oatmeal regularly lower their risk of becoming overweight adults by 50%. The soluble fiber content of oats forms a gel in your digestive system, causing you to feel full longer and the gel that forms inside you also traps bad cholesterol and helps minimize its absorption into your bloodstream.

Oatmeal is high in resistant starch which helps you lose weight because it helps you store less fat and burn 30% more fat after you eat a meal. It improves insulin sensitivity, helps you feel full and eat much less over long periods of time for faster weight loss. Oatmeal is high in fiber that research has shows reduces belly fat and it keeps your blood sugar in check.

More foods loaded with resistant starch include:

Navy Beans
High Amylose Cornstarch
Potatoes
Lentils
Bananas
Green Peas
Cashews

Source: http://healthyliving.cakom.org/?p=2385

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Nothing says “good morning” and gets your day started with energy, like a warm bowl of oatmeal. Whether slowly cooked and creamy or blended with fresh fruit, oats provide your body with many benefits. If you’re not eating oatmeal a few times per week as a healthy breakfast,...