Breakfast is a really important meal, in fact, ots one of the most important meal of the day. Many nutritionists and doctors still recommend oatmeal in the morning for breakfast, and you know something, it works too! An example of this is its ability to lower the risk of heart disease.
Oats is one of those foods that should be of a high-quality, after all i’s environmentally friendly, it’s free from impurities and foreign particles.
And the taste of oatmeal, utterly delightful, simply add some fresh fruits, nuts, cinnamon, cream, or even a little low-fat yogurt to wake up the flavours even more!
1# Your skin will radiate health
Oatmeal is ideal for the treatment of some pretty awful inflammatory conditions, like eczema or general skin irritation, it also really encourages healthy skin too.
The quite unique properties that oatmeal has come from the presence of a wide large number of vitamins and trace elements inside the oats themselves.
Zinc also really helps to cleanse the skin and to remove toxins and other bad substances. It also really effectively narrows the pores and has a kind of rejuvenating effect too.
Iron is one of the most important elements for good nutrition and too for saturation of moisture in the skin cells.
Manganese can help with swelling and inflammation, it also promotes faster healing of the skin after injuries, bruises, burns, and other micro-injuries too.
Magnesium seems to normalize blood circulation and gives a marked renewal of skin cells!
2# Your muscles will get more protein.
Just one serving, that’s about 8 tablespoons of oatmeal, can give your body around 15% of the recommended daily amount of protein. Especially don`t forget the vitamin E, antioxidants, and glutamine, in them too, they really do help regenerate muscle fibers fast!
3# High levels of antioxidants.
Oats are super rich in antioxidants, it’s a well known fact, another thing it’s rich in is avenanthramides, they help reduce itching, inflammation, and blood pressure. They contains something amazing, beta-glucan, which helps to lower blood sugar too.
Its effect is further enhanced with the presence of vitamin C and it’s no coincidence or random thing that breakfast has orange juice with oatmeal either!
4# You’ll be full of energy
Oatmeal is rich in carbohydrates and gives you more sustained energy for the body. It’s recommended to eat a slightly dry oat, as you’ll feel satisfied for a much longer time, so avoid the need to eat other naughty things!
5# You’ll lose weight!
Eating oatmeal daily can help improve your metabolism, and it will accelerate your weight loss. Breakfast based on oats over a long time period allows us to refrain from excess calorie intake, so what could be better, right?
This slow release of carbohydrates contained in it, allow us to regulate appetite and our anxiety about eating and maintain normal blood sugar levels too.
The nutrients not only accelerate our metabolism, but they also prevent the build up of fat and toxins in the body, so we don’t overeat or accumulate poison in our body, great yes?
6# Cholesterol will decrease
Oats contain something quite unserrated, called fiber and beta-glucans, they helps reduce cholesterol in the body, this really is great news for your health.
Due to the linoleic acid and soluble fiber inside in the oatmeal, it helps to lower the level of triglycerides and bad cholesterol in the bloodstream.
These nutrients “clean” the remains of fat from the walls of the arteries, they also protect your body from the development of serious diseases such as atherosclerosis, heart attack, and stroke!
7# Lower your risk of heart disease
Oats are incredibly abundant in good healthy fats, they support the heart cells and the circulatory system, it’s thanks to the antioxidants present in the oats, the probability of damage to the walls of the blood vessels by free radicals (“sticking”) is significantly reduced.
Oatmeal is perfect for your daily routine, not just to mention that the fibers will help the proper functioning of your intestines but for its many and varied benefits, you really can’t go wrong with oats!
Here is a perfect bonus recipe treat to try out in the morning to get you started:
Mango and Coconut Oatmeal
- 2 tablespoons unsweetened flaked coconut
- 1 serving quick-cooking or old-fashioned rolled oats
- 1 tablespoon brown sugar
- 1/2 cup mango, chopped
- 2 tablespoons cashews, chopped
How to Make It
- Preheat oven to 350° F
- Spread the coconut on a rimmed baking sheet and toast, tossing occasionally, until golden, 3 to 5 minutes.
- Prepare the oats according to the package directions.
- Stir in the brown sugar.
- Top with the mangoes, cashews, and the coconut.
Of course you can prepare your oats with many different ingredients like peanut butter, marmalade, dried fruit, bananas, the choice is yours, let your imagination go wild, just remember to always use whole rolled oats, not the powdered instant type to get the best benefit!