Organic oats made with 100% whole grain and your diet will become rich due to whole grain foods and other plant foods which are low in saturated fat and cholesterol that will help you to reduce the risk of heart disease and others. Organic oatmeal is good source of fiber. In Organic oatmeal, there are no added artificial preservatives or sweeteners.
Benefits of oatmeal diet:
Oats are brimming with dietary fiber and featured with cholesterol lowering properties. Oats have manganese, selenium, phosphorus, magnesium and zinc and rich in Vitamin E.
1. Heart & Cholesterol
One major component is fiber that’s why oats is referred to as beta-glucans, that is lowering blood cholesterol.
2. Blood sugar
It can control blood glucose and insulin levels which are essential for preventing patients with diabetes.
Oats can reduce the risk of cancer due to its Phytoestrogen compounds in oats will decrease the risk of hormone-related cancers such as breast cancer.
4. Blood pressure
If you are consuming organic oatmeal on daily basis will reduce hypertension and thus reduce the need for medication.
5. Bowel function
Oats are rich in fiber, soluble and insoluble, that will be keeping bowel movements regular.
6. Weight control
Oats are very satiating. Fiber content can absorb moisture easily as it is digested very fast which leads to the viscosity of the material of your intestine and thus you feeling fuller for longer.
What are the different types of oats?
1. Oat groats: Oats cereals start out as groats that are hulled toasted grains.
2. Steel cut oats: It is referred to as Irish oats; these oats are least processed oat cereal. But, steel-cut oats may require more time to cook, contain the most nutrients and tastier than conventional.
3. Stone ground oats: It is referred to as Scottish oats; they are simply oat groats and they are ground even smaller than steel cut.
4. Rolled oats: this is the most common variety of oat, though not the healthiest oatmeal. This is “old fashioned” oat; these kinds of oats are made by steaming the toasted groats and then running them between rollers to create flattened flakes.
5. Quick oats: These types of oats are processed even further, simply rolled into thinner flakes to ensure they cook very fast.
6. Instant oats: These are heavily processed oats. Because, groats chopped fine, flattened, pre-cooked and dehydrated. Usually, salt and sugar added in instant oats. It takes less time to boil; you can prepare a more nutritious oat variety.