Jane Lear at Take Part says “Eat Oats for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner“. After reading the following passage we tend to agree:
Oats are a great source of protein and healthy fats. They have an abundance of soluble and insoluble fiber; the soluble fiber, specifically beta-glucan, helps lower cholesterol levels in the blood, and insoluble keeps the body’s plumbing in good order. And they are a good source of iron, magnesium, and B vitamins.
So, everything in oats is good for you and they also contribute directly to the lowering of your cholesterol. If you want to eat smarter to feel better and enhance the quality of your life, make sure oats have a substantial presence in your diet!
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Eat Your Oats!
Brian Carrigan is the Founder and Co-Manager of Remain At Home Healthcare. He frequently writes and speaks about senior-related issues.