Oatmeal is an excellent source of fiber. A diet high in fiber can help reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes according to the The American Heart Association.
According to Nutrition Coach Lisa Neilsen, I’ve often seen clients incorporate oatmeal into their diet on a regular basis and have seen their cholesterol levels naturally decrease. Another thing about oatmeal is that it’s also been attributed to reducing risks of cancer, so you can’t lose by putting oatmeal in your diet. Watch the entire video.
Learn health benefits of eating oatmeal: Provides lots of fiber, prevents constipation, lowers saturated fat & bad cholesterol levels and reduces your risk of developing heart disease.
Enjoy a hot bowl of oatmeal for breakfast. If you dislike the taste of plain oatmeal add a small serving of brown sugar or honey. If you are a diabetic or monitoring your caloric intake add a low calorie sweetener. Also, add fresh fruit or granola to your oatmeal. Exercise + Healthy Eating = Weight Loss
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