Oatmeal Diet News
Oatmeal in restaurants
Oatmeal is so trendy that at least one Dallas-based restaurant chain's slapped the name on a dish of uncooked rolled oats, yogurt and fruit. Industry watchers call oatmeal an item to watch over the coming year, predicting it will nudge its way on to still more menus. Due to oatmeal's low price and simple preparation many oatmeal variations have lately appeared on menus at high-end eateries and fast-food chains, including Starbucks and McDonald's, which plans to roll out a Fruit & Maple Oatmeal system wide in 2011.
Oatmeal's medical properties
It is found that daily consumption of oatmeal can reduce the cholesterol in your body. It is also found that a oatmeal diet reduces the risk of heart problem on daily use. The composition of oatmeal is complex carbohydrates and water-soluble fibre which in terms make digestion slow and stabilizes blood-glucose levels and reduce the cholesterol. Oatmeal also contains good quantity of vitamin B. Start with a oatmeal diet.
The USOC has compiled a list of breakfast ideas for every type of eater. Start your day on a full note.
- Whole-grain cereal with fruit and 8 ounces of milk or yogurt.
- Waffles with peanut butter and a fruit.
- Oatmeal made with milk and dried fruit/nuts.
- One egg (not fried) and two pieces whole-grain toast with fruit.
- Smoothie made with milk/yogurt, fruit, honey, oats, ground flax, peanut butter, etc.
- Pancakes with fruit, maple syrup, and a glass of milk.
- Bagel (whole wheat or whole grain is best) with peanut butter, fruit spread, or applesauce.
- English muffin topped with melted cheese and tomato.
- Omelet made with vegetables and a piece of whole grain toast.
- Substitute tofu for eggs for a vegetable scramble with a twist.