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Oatmeal and your Heart Health

Oatmeal Throughout the past decade there have been numerous reports done proving and stating that oatmeal and whole oat products as a whole provide heart healthy benefits. The FDA approved this statement that oatmeal and whole oat products did in fact have heart healthy benefits in 1997. Since this date, there have been no more official statements from the FDA pertaining to oatmeal now that many more studies have found more and more benefits to coincide with the heart healthy benefits approved in 1997.

New reports are showing that oatmeal may do more for you than simply lower your LDL (bad) cholesterol levels. The new research of today has been constantly re-confirming the reports of the past and the lower cholesterol levels oatmeal and whole oat products can produce for people today, but they are also introducing new health benefits such as:

These benefits do in fact coincide with the lower cholesterol levels and can help you create a healthier heart and body by simply eating what is good for you. High blood pressure and high cholesterol are two large problems in the USA today and problems which could have been easily prevented by including more oatmeal and whole oat products into your diet as a preventative action.

It is important to understand that you must use real oatmeal and whole oat products, instant oatmeal will not provide the results you are looking for. Instant oatmeal is loaded with preservatives and refined sugars which are in fact quite bad for you. Although the natural oatmeal may not taste as delicious as the instant oatmeal, there are many natural ways to spice up your oatmeal to make it more enjoyable for frequent eating. You can try adding some agave nectar (natural sweetener) with a tablespoon of lecithin granules, a handful of your favorite berries and some almond milk and you have turned plain old oatmeal into a delicious but more importantly healthy treat for any time of the day.

It will not be long before the FDA will be extending their definition of the benefits of oatmeal as more and more studies are continually being released about the additional benefits of oatmeal products. This is a great and natural way to remain healthy and with so many different ways to spice up your oatmeal in the morning, afternoon or evening you can eat a different type of oatmeal everyday. Remember that you will receive none of the health benefits with the instant oatmeal as it contains nothing of the natural nutrients the real oatmeal has. Start integrating oatmeal into your daily diet and see the benefits in your life.

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