From being a natural beauty food, treating dandruff, being a natural cleanser, promoting antioxidant activity to helping treat hypertension and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.
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Intro – 0:00
Different varieties all have similar nutrition – 00:42
A bowl for breakfast can keep you full till lunch – 01:41
They’ve been around for centuries – 02:01
They’re a natural beauty food – 02:23
Helps you sleep – 02:59
Treats dandruff – 03:30
Promotes antioxidant activity – 04:15
Keeps the bad bugs away – 04:47
It’s been the root of a long-running dispute in the U.K – 05:18
It’s the inspiration for one of the most popular drugstore brands – 05:39
Helps lower your rate of type 2 diabetes – 05:58
It’s a natural cleanser – 06:54
Helps treat hypertension – 07:28
Can be used to treat poison ivy or chickenpox – 08:15
1. Different varieties all have similar nutrition: There’s a misconception that instant oats are somehow inferior and steel-cut are the most nutritious. But whether you choose quick, old-fashioned, or steel cut oats, they all provide roughly the same nutrition. About 4 grams of fiber, 4-6 grams of protein per serving, and similar amounts of vitamins and minerals. Although steel-cut oats take longer to cook and may have a bit more fiber.
2. A bowl for breakfast can keep you full till lunch: The beta glucan in oatmeal is famous for stabilizing blood sugar. And because it helps you avoid those blood sugar highs and lows, having a bowl first thing in the morning can keep cravings at bay. Plus, oatmeal may enhance your workout. A study found that eating oatmeal about three hours before exercise helped boost endurance.
3. They’ve been around for centuries: Before quaker made its way to our shelves and cheerios became one of the most popular oat based cereals, whole grain oats were eaten by a large number of people from the earliest of times. Dating back to 7,000 B.C. oats were one of the first cereals cultivated by man and were used in ancient China and even Greeks who were the first to turn them into a porridge.
4. They’re a natural beauty food: One half cup of oats has over 25 percent of your recommended amount of biotin. It is a B vitamin responsible for a healthy metabolism and digestion. It also contributes to great hair, skin, and nails. So, why not just eat some oats and benefit the natural way instead?
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