Oats doesn’t always have to be eaten in the form of a boring porridge bowl. Add them to just about any dish – oats can elevate the texture, taste, and more importantly the nutrition.
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Oats are high in soluble fibre, containing 8g per cup. That’s more fibre than your veggies: a cup of spinach has just 5g. This means that oats take a longer time to digest, keeping you satiated for longer.
There are a few kinds of oats: steel-cut oats, instant oats and rolled oats. They take different times to cook and each has a different bite. But just know that all are equally nutritious and will keep your tummy satisfied. No more odd-hour hunger pangs after you add oats into your diet. Here are some easy and fun ways to start.