Oatmeal is a great breakfast that gives you energy.

April 04, 2016, 19:34

Oat­meal lovers have every chance to for­get where the phar­ma­cy is locat­ed and not spend mon­ey on expen­sive med­i­cines. After all, oats are a real store­house of health. It con­tains veg­etable pro­teins, B vit­a­mins, sele­ni­um, biotin, mag­ne­sium, potas­si­um, iron and fiber.


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The high fiber con­tent in oat­meal has a pos­i­tive effect on the work of the heart, helps low­er cho­les­terol and cleanse blood ves­sels. It is no coin­ci­dence that car­di­ol­o­gists rec­om­mend eat­ing oat­meal every morn­ing. The fiber con­tained in oats absorbs tox­ins, removes tox­ins, and helps cleanse the body, so it can be rec­om­mend­ed to any­one who wants to lose weight.

Oat­meal is an excel­lent break­fast: hearty, nutri­tious, giv­ing ener­gy.


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Oat­meal does not have to be served as por­ridge. Oat­meal can be added to meat­balls, cot­tage cheese casse­role, pan­cake dough.
And what deli­cious and healthy cook­ies you can bake and pam­per your fam­i­ly! Here is our favorite recipe: melt 100 g of but­ter, add 3 cups of oat­meal, 3 tbsp. spoons of sug­ar, 1 egg, hon­ey, raisins, wal­nuts — to taste. Take the mass with a spoon and spread on a greased bak­ing sheet.

Kissel and decoc­tion of oats

And oat­meal is wide­ly used in dietary nutri­tion, because. has an anti-inflam­ma­to­ry effect on the gas­troin­testi­nal tract, improves diges­tion. Oat­meal jel­ly is very use­ful. Per­haps it is not as tasty as we would like, but for peo­ple suf­fer­ing from gas­tri­tis, it will become an indis­pens­able assis­tant, because it has an envelop­ing prop­er­ty. The recipe is sim­ple: 2–3 tbsp. grind spoons of oat grains in a cof­fee grinder, pour 0.5 liters of boil­ing water, insist in a ther­mos for 3 hours.


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For healthy diges­tion, every­one is rec­om­mend­ed to drink a glass of oat­meal broth before break­fast: add 1 tbsp to 0.5 liters of water. a spoon­ful of oat­meal and boil for 30 min­utes (with­out salt and sug­ar!), strain. You can improve the taste by adding hon­ey.

Oats have long been used in folk med­i­cine: with bron­chi­tis, per­sis­tent cough, a decoc­tion of oats will help: 2 tbsp. l. mix oats with the same amount of raisins, pour 1.5 liters of cold boiled water. Cook cov­ered over very low heat until half of the liq­uid has evap­o­rat­ed. Cool slight­ly, strain, add 1 tbsp. spoons of hon­ey. Take 1 tbsp. spoon 5–6 times a day. This tool is espe­cial­ly use­ful for chil­dren.

Source: Home Doc­tor mag­a­zine


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