Health benefits of oatmeal

Oat flakes are the product of the transformation of oat seeds through the low temperature treatment of groats. It is common to consume these flakes in countries such as the United States or the United Kingdom. In Germany, they are eaten with dried fruits and milk; it is called müsli. Previously, oats were only given to horses.

It has been used as food on the last 4,000 years. For the Romans and the Greeks, it was a bad plant that was only given to animals. Then it was used as a medicinal plant. We finally made porridge in Scotland, Ireland and Scandinavia. The first oat-based cereal bar appeared, before being imported to North America in the course of the 17th century.

The health benefits:

On 100g of oatmeal, we have 56g of carbohydrates, 14g of proteins, 11g of dietary fiber, 7g of fats. Hhere is the daily value of minerals and vitamins: 33% iron, 15% vitamin B-6, 8% vitamin A, 8% calcium, 6% magnesium.

Oats regulate cholesterol, it is rich in antioxidant. It relieves constipation. It can prevent diabetes. Indeed, thanks to its fibers, it reduces the risk of having diabetes of approximately 30%. It improves the sensitivity to insulin. The presence of fiber also serves to balance estrogen for the women.

It has a good dose of protein, which significantly improves muscle mass. Its high iron content makes it easy to form hemoglobin. Its thiamine and niacin content produce a revival of vitality.

Its high nutritional value contributes to weight loss. Its richness in vitamin A promotes a better vision. Its high amount of carbohydrates stimulates the production of serotonin, and thus improves the mood. Its magnesium prevents migraines. The fibers also reduce blood pressure.

The BIO product master in oat flakes:

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The packets from Annie’s Homegrown Organic Frosted Oat Flakes Cereal are from organic farming. We are sure to have flakes with a good quality. The cereals are complete and little processed. They have very little added sugar. We can thus easily reach the 30g mark of daily fiber recommended by nutritionists.