Oats Are Incredibly Nutritious – But They Can Be Boring – a Chore to Eat! Try Substituting Them in Recipes That are Satisfying!​ Convert ‘Comfort’ Foods!!

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/270680.php Last updated Wed 3 January 2018  By Joseph Nordqvist  Reviewed by Karen Gill, MD

Oats Are Incredibly Nutritious – But they are boring &  a chore to eat! Try substituting them in foods that are satisfying !!

Health Benefits of Eating Whole Oats and Oatmeal (not Instant or Quick) 

  • Whole Oats Are Incredibly Nutritious. …
  • Whole Oats Are Rich in Antioxidants, Including Avenanthramides. …
  • Whole Oats Contain a Powerful Soluble Fiber Called Beta-Glucan. …
  • They Can Lower Cholesterol Levels and Protect LDL Cholesterol From Damage. …
  • Whole Oats Can Improve Blood Sugar Control. …
  • Oatmeal Is Very Filling and May Help You Lose Weight.

More items…•Jul 19, 2016 9 Health Benefits of Eating Oats and Oatmeal – Healthline https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/9-benefits-oats-oatmeal

Cracker Non-GMO Eggs!

Instead of ‘disease-causing’ bread crumbs or white crackers-(‘Instant & Quick oats also Disease-Causing-MISSING THE PLANT PROTEIN)!!

Soft cook a Non-GMO eggs – European Raw butter or Coconut oil or Pastured Bacon with Brain healthy Lard! S&P.  Saute & Add 1/2 cup oats (Steel cut or Old fashioned – preferably soaking  & Rinsing – to remove seed lock or lectins in the peel)  – Lightly toast Whole Oats in EV Coconut Oil or PASTURED LARD OR TALLOW!

Add Whole Oats lightly toast (warmed to preserver Omega 3) to a TOSSED  with Raw nuts, Raw pumpkin seeds & Kale or Swiss Chard, TUNA OR SALMON (Not farmed & fed GMO) – BE CREATIVE!

In place of ‘Unclean’ Whole Wheat  (Gluten seed lock & Lectins in the Peel -Bitter to predators – not soaked & ground into flour making the CAFO-GMO process  ‘Disease-Causing’ All purpose-less flour – 2 gram of Plant Protein – making it also ‘Disease Causing’

Make Whole Oat Flour in a Smoothie Blender!

Cobbler crusts

Dumplings 

Quick Breads

Biscuits

WHOLE Oats are a natural superfood because they are 100% whole grain & contain vitamins and minerals. WHOLE Oats contain fibre, and are unique in that they are one of the richest sources of rich beta-glucan, a soluble fibre, that can help to lower cholesterol re-absorption. Oats – A Natural Superfood – UNCLE TOBYS   https://www.uncletobys.com.au/oats/benefits/superfoods

Health Benefits of Eating Oats and Oatmeal (Plant Protein – if not Over-milled

(‘Instant’ or ‘Quick’-Disease causing!)

  • WholeOats Are Incredibly Nutritious & FILLING!
  • Whole Oats Are Rich in Antioxidants, Including Avenanthramides. …
  • Whole Oats Contain a Powerful Soluble Fiber Called Beta-Glucan. …
  • They Can Lower Cholesterol Levels and Protect LDL Cholesterol From Damage. …
  • Oats Can Improve Blood Sugar Control. …
  • Oatmeal Is Very Filling and May Help You Lose Weight.  More items…•Jul 19, 2016

9 Health Benefits of Eating Oats and Oatmeal – Healthline   https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/9-benefits-oats-oatmeal

This also works well for ALL – ‘Ancient Grains’ Low or No Gluten (Not a bad idea to soak ANYWAY  – in a medium – 

Traditionally eight grains are considered Non-GMO cereals: Whole oats, rye, barley, millet and sorghum. 

Spelt, farro or emmer and Kamut are types of wheat – (may benefit from OVERNIGHT SOAK -with medium – salt or apple cider vinegar, etc,

Buckwheat, wild rice, amaranth, chia and quinoa are technically not true grains (low or no gluten) but are included here as they are grown and cooked in the same way.May 21, 2013

Say No to  American GMO corn (AVOID CAFO-GMO Soy also)   – UNTIL GMO IS BANNED!

& WE CAN BREATHE AGAIN WITH GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCED – GMO BANNED – CAFO- WILL COLLAPSE – WITHOUT CHEAP ‘DISEASE-CAUSING’ GMO!

Ancient Grains – what they are and why they matter – Catherine https://foodwatch.com.au/blog/super-foods/item/ancient-grains.html

READ MORE – Benefits – 

Nutrition

Dietary fiber — WHOLE oats are rich in a specific type of fiber called beta-glucan. This particular type of fiber is known to help lower levels of bad cholesterol. One cup (81 grams) of dry whole oats contains 7.5 grams of fiber, the recommended daily intake of fiber is 25 grams for women and 38 grams for men.

Minerals — oats are rich in a range of important minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants. Just 100 grams of Whole oats (not INSTANT OR QUICK) contain:

  • 51 percent of the daily recommended intake of thiamine
  • 8 percent riboflavin
  • 5 percent niacin
  • 6 percent vitamin B6
  • 14 percent folate
  • 13 percent pantothenic acid
  • 26 percent iron
  • 44 percent magnesium
  • 52 percent phosphorus
  • 12 percent potassium
  • 26 percent zinc
  • 31 percent copper
  • 246 percent manganese

Calories — one cup of dry oats (80g) contains approximately 297 calories.

The possible health benefits of oats include: reducing the risk of coronary artery disease, lowering levels of cholesterol, and reducing one’s risk of colorectal cancer.

1) Whole Oats and coronary artery disease

There may be numerous health benefits to eating oats.

A paper published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine in 2008, assessed a number of studies across more than a decade.

They found that eating foods rich in whole-oat sources of soluble fiber (oats, oat bran, and oat flour) may help reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.

Official HCP Website – Metastatic Breast Cancer

Find Clinical Study Info For An Advanced Breast Cancer Monotherapy Treatment

http://www.treatmetastaticbreastcancer.com

They concluded:

“[C]onsumption of whole oats and oat-based products significantly reduces total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol concentrations without adverse effects on high-density lipoprotein cholesterol or triglyceride concentrations.”

2) Colorectal cancer

Researchers in Britain and the Netherlands pooled published evidence that covered nearly 2 million people to evaluate whether a high-fiber diet (mainly from whole Non- GMO or Over-Milled grains (REMOVING the Plant Protien leaving only disease-causing Refined carbs & non-GMO  cereals like oats) is linked to a lower risk of colorectal cancer. Their findings were published in BMJ.

The study found that for every additional 10 grams per day of fiber in someone’s diet there is a 10 percent reduction in their risk of developing colorectal cancer. The authors concluded, “A high intake of dietary fibre, in particular, cereal fiber and whole grains, was associated with a reduced risk of colorectal cancer.”

3) Blood pressure

An article published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition concluded that a diet including plenty of whole-grains (such as whole oats) is just as effective as taking anti-hypertensive medication in lowering blood pressure.

They found that three portions per day can”significantly reduce cardiovascular disease risk in middle-aged people mainly through blood pressure-lowering mechanisms.”

4) Digestion and obesity

Whole Oats may help maintain a healthy weight.

According to a wide-reaching collection of scientific reviews published in the October 2014 supplement issue of the British Journal of Nutrition, oats may play an important role in improving satiety (the feeling of fullness), diet quality, and digestive, cardiovascular, and general metabolic health.

Whole grains are often recommended for their beneficial effects on the gastrointestinal tract. The researchers suggest potential health effects ranging from improved immune health to reducing the risk of obesity and chronic disease.The researchers state that eating whole oats appears to help reduce hunger and increase feelings of fullness.

Also, oats and their fiber content help keep the gastrointestinal tract running smoothly; they can help reduce constipation.

5) Antioxidants in oats

Whole Oats contain a range of molecules that act as antioxidants; this includes avenanthramides, which are polyphenols. Avenanthramides may play a role in keeping blood pressure low by increasing nitric oxide production. They could also have anti-inflammatory and anti-itching properties when applied topically to the skin.

Are oats good for you? 

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/270680.php

Last updated Wed 3 January 2018

By Joseph Nordqvist

Reviewed by Karen Gill, MD

Oats Oats Are Incredibly Nutritious. ..

But they are boring &  a chore to eat!
Try substituting them in foods that are satisfying !!

Health Benefits of Eating Oats and Oatmeal

  • Oats Are Incredibly Nutritious. …
  • Whole Oats Are Rich in Antioxidants, Including Avenanthramides. …
  • Oats Contain a Powerful Soluble Fiber Called Beta-Glucan. …
  • They Can Lower Cholesterol Levels and Protect LDL Cholesterol From Damage. …
  • Oats Can Improve Blood Sugar Control. …
  • Oatmeal Is Very Filling and May Help You Lose Weight.

More items…•Jul 19, 2016

9 Health Benefits of Eating Oats and Oatmeal – Healthline

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/9-benefits-oats-oatmeal

Cracker Non-GMO Eggs!

Instead of ‘disease-causing’ bread crumbs or white crackers- 

Soft cook a Non-GMO eggs – European Raw butter or Coconut oil or Pastured Bacon with Brain healthy Lard! S&P.

Saute & Add 1/2 cup oats (Steel cut or Old fashioned – prefer soaking  & Rinsing – to remove seed lock or lectins in the peel)  

Lightly toast in EV Coconut Oil or PASTURED LARD OR TALLOW!

Add to a TOSSED  with Raw nuts, Raw pumpkin seeds & Kale or Swiss Chard, TUNA OR SALMON (Not farmed & fed GMO)

In place of ‘Unclean’ Whole Wheat  (Gluten seed lock & Lectins in the Peel -Bitter to predators – not soaked & ground into flour making the CAFO-GMO process  ‘Disease-Causing’ All purpose-less flour – 2 gram of Plant Protein – making it also ‘Disease Causing’

Make Oat Flour in a Smoothie Blender!

Cobbler crusts

Dumplings 

Quick Breads

Biscuits

Oats are a natural superfood because they are 100% whole grain & contain vitamins and minerals. Oats contain fibre, and are unique in that they are one of the richest sources of rich beta-glucan, a soluble fibre, that can help to lower cholesterol re-absorption^.

Oats – A Natural Superfood – UNCLE TOBYS

https://www.uncletobys.com.au/oats/benefits/superfoods

Health Benefits of Eating Oats and Oatmeal (Plant Protein – if not Over-milled (Instant or Quick-Disease causing!)

  • Oats Are Incredibly Nutritious & FILLING!
  • Whole Oats Are Rich in Antioxidants, Including Avenanthramides. …
  • Oats Contain a Powerful Soluble Fiber Called Beta-Glucan. …
  • They Can Lower Cholesterol Levels and Protect LDL Cholesterol From Damage. …
  • Oats Can Improve Blood Sugar Control. …
  • Oatmeal Is Very Filling and May Help You Lose Weight.

More items…•Jul 19, 2016

9 Health Benefits of Eating Oats and Oatmeal – Healthline

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/9-benefits-oats-oatmeal

This also works well for Low or No Gluten Ancient Grains (Not a bad idea to soak in a medium – 

Traditionally eight grains are considered Non-GMO cereals: Whole oats, rye, barley, millet and sorghum. 

Spelt, farro or emmer and Kamut are types of wheat. 

(may benefit from OVERNIGHT SOAK -with medium – 

salt or apple cider vinegar, etc,

Buckwheat, wild rice, amaranth, chia and quinoa are technically not true grains (low or no gluten) but are included here as they are grown and cooked in the same way.May 21, 2013

No to  American GMO corn (AVOID CAFO-GMO Soy also)   

Ancient Grains – what they are and why they matter – Catherine …

https://foodwatch.com.au/blog/super-foods/item/ancient-grains.html

READ MORE – Benefits – 

Nutrition

Dietary fiber — WHOLE oats are rich in a specific type of fiber called beta-glucan. This particular type of fiber is known to help lower levels of bad cholesterol. One cup (81 grams) of dry whole oats contains 7.5 grams of fiber, the recommended daily intake of fiber is 25 grams for women and 38 grams for men.

Minerals — oats are rich in a range of important minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants. Just 100 grams of Whole oats (not INSTANT OR QUICK) contain:

  • 51 percent of the daily recommended intake of thiamine
  • 8 percent riboflavin
  • 5 percent niacin
  • 6 percent vitamin B6
  • 14 percent folate
  • 13 percent pantothenic acid
  • 26 percent iron
  • 44 percent magnesium
  • 52 percent phosphorus
  • 12 percent potassium
  • 26 percent zinc
  • 31 percent copper
  • 246 percent manganese

Calories — one cup of dry oats (80g) contains approximately 297 calories.

The possible health benefits of oats include: reducing the risk of coronary artery disease, lowering levels of cholesterol, and reducing one’s risk of colorectal cancer.

1) Whole Oats and coronary artery disease

There may be numerous health benefits to eating oats.

A paper published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine in 2008, assessed a number of studies across more than a decade.

They found that eating foods rich in whole-oat sources of soluble fiber (oats, oat bran, and oat flour) may help reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.

Official HCP Website – Metastatic Breast Cancer

Find Clinical Study Info For An Advanced Breast Cancer Monotherapy Treatment

http://www.treatmetastaticbreastcancer.com

They concluded:

“[C]onsumption of whole oats and oat-based products significantly reduces total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol concentrations without adverse effects on high-density lipoprotein cholesterol or triglyceride concentrations.”

2) Colorectal cancer

Researchers in Britain and the Netherlands pooled published evidence that covered nearly 2 million people to evaluate whether a high-fiber diet (mainly from whole Non- GMO or Over-Milled grains (REMOVING the Plant Protien leaving only disease-causing Refined carbs & non-GMO  cereals like oats) is linked to a lower risk of colorectal cancer. Their findings were published in BMJ.

The study found that for every additional 10 grams per day of fiber in someone’s diet there is a 10 percent reduction in their risk of developing colorectal cancer. The authors concluded, “A high intake of dietary fibre, in particular, cereal fiber and whole grains, was associated with a reduced risk of colorectal cancer.”

3) Blood pressure

An article published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition concluded that a diet including plenty of whole-grains (such as whole oats) is just as effective as taking anti-hypertensive medication in lowering blood pressure.

They found that three portions per day can”significantly reduce cardiovascular disease risk in middle-aged people mainly through blood pressure-lowering mechanisms.”

4) Digestion and obesity

Whole Oats may help maintain a healthy weight.

According to a wide-reaching collection of scientific reviews published in the October 2014 supplement issue of the British Journal of Nutrition, oats may play an important role in improving satiety (the feeling of fullness), diet quality, and digestive, cardiovascular, and general metabolic health.

Whole grains are often recommended for their beneficial effects on the gastrointestinal tract. The researchers suggest potential health effects ranging from improved immune health to reducing the risk of obesity and chronic disease.The researchers state that eating whole oats appears to help reduce hunger and increase feelings of fullness.

Also, oats and their fiber content help keep the gastrointestinal tract running smoothly; they can help reduce constipation.

5) Antioxidants in oats

Whole Oats contain a range of molecules that act as antioxidants; this includes avenanthramides, which are polyphenols. Avenanthramides may play a role in keeping blood pressure low by increasing nitric oxide production. They could also have anti-inflammatory and anti-itching properties when applied topically to the skin.

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