Eating This for Breakfast Every Morning Can Help You Lose Weight Faster

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Breakfast at your home probably doesn’t
look like a buffet on a cruise ship.
You are in a race with the clock, and it’s
difficult to eat healthy.
The good news about oatmeal is that it’s
quick and also is ideal for weight control.
Plain oatmeal is high in fiber and low in
calories.
It’s also inexpensive.
In today’s video, we are going to delve
into oatmeal to discover its health benefits.
Breaking down Oatmeal
One cup of cooked instant oats has 159 calories;
27 grams of carbs, 5 grams of proteins and
only 3 grams of fat.
In case you are tempted to purchase pre-packaged
flavored packets, you may want to know that
they contain additional sugar.
If you’re not careful you can consume up
to 6 times as many calories in those flavored
packets.
Oat Fiber & Weight Loss
Rich in soluble fiber, oatmeal can be used
in a weight-loss diet.
Even though the fiber has carbs, it doesn’t
break down as most other carbs do.
While in the stomach, oatmeal absorbs water
which is beneficial in fighting constipation.
To be on the right track for losing weight,
the guidelines according to Harvard Health
Publications recommend getting 30 grams of
fiber daily.
One cup of cooked oatmeal provides 13 percent
of that daily requirement.
Additionally, oatmeal offers other benefits
including lowering blood pressure.
This can have a significant impact on protecting
heart health.
While anyone can benefit from the weight loss
potential, recent studies indicate that oatmeal
may even help fight childhood obesity.
Dressing up Oatmeal
To create a more visually appealing bowl of
oatmeal, and entice kids to try it, toss in
some chopped apples or pears.
Sprinkle pecans or a dash of cinnamon on top.
Adding a handful of berries will enhance the
taste and boost the fiber.
Allow your creativity to try something new
each morning.

13 comments

  1. Normally I eat a dill and feta cheese omelette for breakfast, I know it sounds gross but it tastes pretty good

  2. I love the video, BUT you have to tell people about the gmo and pesticides used in most of the oatmeal in the us, so you now have to buy organics, last year the us shipped tons is oatmeal to Vietnam and when it arrived, they tested it for chemicals and gmos and sure enough out was packed, so needless to say they destroyed it,had to dump it I a controlled hazmat dump site , this stuff is carcinogenic and also has many adverse side affects that we don't even know about yet

  3. I eat homemade no bake chocolate peanut butter oatmeal cookies which, not only are the best cookies ever, but I lose weight eating them

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