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Oatmeal Is About to Get a Lucky Charms & Cinnamon Toast Crunch Makeover

General Mills recently debuted Lucky Charms oatmeal and Cinnamon Toast Crunch oatmeal. Both are available in Canada for the next e...
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Does Eating Rolled Oats Lower Cholesterol Levels?

Oats are the Clark Kent of the nutritional world. Humble and lacking in pizzazz, you’d never suspect that they’re actu...
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Are Rolled Oats the Same as Oatmeal Cereal?

Thanks to many well-studied health benefits, oatmeal has become a mainstay of nutritious breakfasts. The term "oatmeal" ...
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How to Make the Best Steel-Cut Oatmeal

Steel cut oatmeal is thicker, coarser and less processed than rolled or instant oats. This gives it heartier flavor and richer tex...
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Is Oatmeal Fattening?

The words “weight-loss foods” might conjure up thoughts of salads and celery sticks more than steaming bowls of stick-...
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Does Oatmeal Spike Insulin?

Incorporating oatmeal as part of a nutritious diet plan is vital for overall health and well-being. The American Heart Association...
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The Nutritional Value of Instant Oats Vs. Rolled Oats

Nothing warms a cold winter morning better than a hot bowl of oatmeal. Unless, of course, you have to wait for it to cook. Rolled ...
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Is Eating Oatmeal in the Morning Making Me Tired?

A steaming bowl of oatmeal sounds like the perfect stick-to-your-ribs breakfast, designed to give you energy and keep you feeling ...
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How to Build a Better Bowl of Oatmeal

If you want a high-performance, energy-producing, cholesterol-lowering breakfast, oatmeal is tough to beat. What you consume at ...
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12 Easy, Savory Oatmeal Recipes for Any Time of Day

12 Easy, Savory Oatmeal Recipes for Any Time of Day. Oatmeal has been a breakfast staple in America for decades. That’s a good thing, especially due to its standout soluble fiber content. More specifically, beta glucans in the oat bran can lower total and “bad” cholesterol and ultimately lower the risk of heart disease. Unfortunately, every spoonful seems to have become sweeter over the years because of how oatmeal is accessorized, often with too much added sugar. That’s all changing as palates become more adventurous and “added sugars” become passé. Savory oatmeal is here -- hopefully to stay. Here you’ll find a dozen bowls of whole-grain goodness made with either steel-cut oats or good old-fashioned rolled oats. They’re kind of like the oat version of risotto or rice pilaf, yet more interesting. In many cases, broth plus scallions or shallots make up the base of the cooking liquid rather than water or milk as with traditional oatmeal. The finished dish is often rather stew-like. Enjoy these creative and comforting oatmeal bowls anytime -- for breakfast and beyond.
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