Is this replacing oatmeal? You might be picturing a bland bowl of off-white, but if you have ever had a really good bowl of oatmeal, you may picture one topped with berries or bananas, nuts, raisins, and a little brown sugar. Oatmeal is made of oats, known as Avena sativa to botanists. Although oats are now widely consumed by humans, originally oats were primarily grown for livestock feed. They contain soluble fiber called beta-glucan which helps with digestion, increases satiety, and can suppress the appetite. Oats also contain a smattering of essential vitamins and minerals, and are an excellent source of the B vitamins, Vitamin E and minerals such as magnesium. Oatmeal is made by simply adding oats to milk or water, and since they are so absorbent, they quickly soak up much of the liquid. You can eat oatmeal cold or hot, though if you want the oats to soak up a good amount of liquid and soften, heating them in the microwave or leaving them overnight to soak are the two best ways to do so. While traditional oats are best allowed to soak up the moisture for some time, there are now plenty of instant oats and quick oats available that are designed to soak up the moisture and soften much more quickly.
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Diet culture gives carbs a bad rap. It’s true that going low-carb is effective for losing weight, but carbs are ultimately the fuel our bodies need to recover from workouts and keep our energy up throughout the day. Complex carbs like sweet potato, quinoa, lentils, and whole grains are considered “good” because they are rich in gut-friendly fiber, and they break down slower, leaving you fuller for longer. In comparison, simple carbs such as white flours, sugars, and white rice have less nutritional value and metabolize at a quicker rate. But what about oatmeal, a breakfast staple? Oatmeal oats specifically is actually grouped in with these complex carbs.