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 Oats can help lower Cholesterol and your blood sugar. As you know oats have been fed to horses and live stock forever. Oats are a very healthy grain and it has been shown to help reduce Cholesterol. For years it has been shown the oat meal and oat bran are Lower Cholesterol Foods. Oats can lower the low density lipoprotein cholesterol which is bad for you. Oat contain a type of soluble fiber called beta glucan which traps bad cholesterol in the intestine and passes it through the intestine.

 Oats also contain saponins which bind to bad cholesterol and move it out of the body. It does not take a lot of oats to work in your system. You should try and eat some kind of oats several times a week.
Another benefit of Lower Cholesterol Foods such as oats is that it has been shown that they help keep your body's blood sugar levels in balance. This is important to keep heart disease and stroke at away. The soluble fiber in oats puts down a protective sticky layer in the intestine. This help to keep the bad cholesterol from being absorbed. The soluble fiber in oats help soak up water which creates a feeling of being full. This means you will last longer and eat less which is great for your healthy diet. Saponins in oats also detect bacteria and viruses which helps keep your immune system strong.

 Unlike most foods once they are processed they lose some of there nutrition oats retain their nutrition in many different forms. So when you are cooking oats they will contain just as many vitamins and minerals as when you started. Oats are high in fat so you need to be careful if you are trying to stay on a low fat diet. Eighty percent of the fat is the good kind unsaturated. Both rolled oats and oat bran are loaded with protein. When you are trying to eat lean oat bran is a better choice then oatmeal. You can bake oat meal cookies which are a good choice.

 Oats are among the Lower Cholesterol Foods that are easy to cook. Cooking them in low fat milk which many people prefer. If you like the oats coarse you can put them in boiling water rather then in cold water the boiling. To make a better flavor add some pear or apple juice to the oats. make sure to stir them often to keep them from sticking to the bottom of the pan. Organic Thick Rolled Oats (and we mean nice and extra thick!) are uniquely "kiln toasted" and freshly milled from the highest quality oats grown in the great Pacific Northwest. These extra chewy oats produce extremely satisfying robust European-style cereal and yeast breads.  

 Bob's Red Mill Organic Oats Rolled Thick, 16-Ounce (Pack of 4)


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