Health is wealth. Live like a healthy person, better to eat healthy foods and eat
more vegetables & fruits. Now a days lots of people are suffering with cholesterol.
If you want to reduce your cholesterol!!!!! Everyday better to take 1/2 cup of
oatmeal and one cup of curry and one cup of dal and yogurt. i.e sufficient for lunch/dinner.

The real stuff is the plain oat flakes from Quaker Oats or a similar brand.
The benefits of oatmeal are due to the fact that it’s made from oats and oats are
a good source of both soluble and insoluble fiber. Oatmeal does not go through
any form of refined processing, which makes it an integral food because it does
not lose any of its nutritional value.


1/2 Cup Plain oat flakes.
1 Cup water


    1.Take a vessel add one cup of water. When water is boiling add oat flakes into

    Vessel and mix well.

    2. After 5 min your oatmeal is ready to eat.

    Nutritional and Health Benefits of oatmeal:

    Buildup of the body:

    Oatmeal is full of proteins and minerals that help the body to build strong bones

    and teeth as well as strengthen the connective tissue and stimulates

    energy in general. Besides this, it also has a high content of calcium and

    phosphorous. It is easy to digest and this is why it is considered a good food

    for convalescing people, especially for women in postpartum situations since

    it supposedly tones the uterus. It is known to strengthen the nervous system

    and has tranquilizing and relaxing effects. Some studies have shown that these

    effects happen to people that suffer the symptoms of smoking abstinence for

    a long time, as well as with tranquilizers, medication or antidepressants.

    A traditional way to overcome insomnia is by sleeping over a pillow

    or in a mattress full of oatmeal.

    The digestive connection:

    Oatmeal contains a soluble fiber that acts in diverse ways on the digestive

    apparatus. It gives volume to a diet, which improves the digestive process

    and avoids and alleviates constipation. Oatmeal also helps to soften the

    digestive tract, particularly for people that have gastritis and irritable intestine

    syndrome. Besides this, since it drags the rest of the food on its way through

    the intestines, eating it can be advantageous for preventing stomach cancer.

    Oatmeal reduces the absorption of sugar in the blood and at the same time

    is really good for diabetics. On the other hand oatmeal helps to improve

    moody states in people. This is pretty useful when these mood swings

    are part of PMS since oatmeal is able to stabilize the levels of estrogen and

    diminishes liquid retention.

    Soluble fiber:

    One of the most significant advantages of oatmeal is that it helps to maintain

    good cardiovascular health. The soluble fiber that it has helps to reduce

    cholesterol and elevates cardiovascular health by diminishing arterial

    hypertension. Oatmeal also contains high levels of oatmeal, which is essential

    for the formation of red blood cells whose function is to bring oxygen to

    the body, and it also avoids anemia that occurs when there is a lack of iron

    in the body, particularly for women that have difficult menstrual cycles.

    Selecting, storing and using:

    Choose oatmeal flakes or oatmeal flour instead of getting the instant kind.

    Store the oatmeal in a fresh place, away from the sunlight, preferably in

    hermetic container and use it as soon as possible. Don’t use it anymore

    if three months have gone by.

    Oatmeal can be eaten raw or cooked and oatmeal with milk or water is

    most known recipe. Besides this you can also add fruit juice to it.

    if you add any fruit to it, it will turn into a super nutritious food and can be

    used as an agent to thicken a large array of cooked recipes.

    The advantages of oatmeal:

    • Diminishes cholesterol.
    • Stabilizes the levels of sugar in the blood.
    • Alleviates and tranquilizes the body.
    • Helps to build strong bones and teeth.
    • Stimulates the thyroid gland.
    • Avoids constipation.

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