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Benefits of eating Oatmeal  

Oatmeal is one of the best foods for those looking to loose fat and stay healthy. Oatmeal is also very low in fats while providing a great source of water-soluble fibers. It has been proved scientifically that a fiber rich diet helps in lowering cholesterol. It has been confirmed that high fiber diet also helps in cases of diabetes, obesity and cancer. Oats are highly nutritious and filled with cholesterol fighting soluble fiber. Like other grains oats do not lose their nutrients even after being hulled and processed.

There are many type of oatmeal. The less processed the oatmeal is more healthy but it takes more effort to cook. People looking for moderate health benefits should use the quick cook form of oatmeal. Oatmeal makes getting enough fiber a lot easier. Eating fiber eases many health risks.

Oatmeal's Benefits include:
Oatmeal contains soluble fiber which binds to bile. Bile helps us to absorb fat and cholesterol from our diet. Lower levels of total cholesterol are associated with lower rates of heart disease. Of course if we eat too much fat, let's say on one of those high protein diets, eating our magical food won't make magic.

Oatmeal has cancer fighting properties. Grains contain a phytochemical called "phytic acid". This phyto binds to certain minerals thought to cause free radical production especially in our colon and it eliminates them instead.

Oatmeal helps in weight control. Low in fat, and a "stick to your ribs food", oatmeal, a complex carbohydrate has a low glycemic index. This means it is turned into a simple sugar very slowly.

The nutrients in fortified oatmeal include all the B vitamins including the heart healthy folate which helps us to reduce heart disease risk factor, and it also includes iron, calcium, Vitamin A, protein and more.


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