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Eat Your Oats For Good Health
If you are not eating your oats or oatmeal for breakfast, then you’re missing out on a delicious opportunity to add fiber and nutrients to your body first thing in the morning.
We at strategy fitness revolve around busy schedules too! Our “Make Your Shake” recipe can be altered to your preference but don’t waste money buying those overnight refrigerator single serve oat meals that not only add dollars to your grocery shopping but also come in plastic or cardboard coated containers! If you heat them rather than frig them, can only imagine what toxins seep into your oats!
If your short on time during the week, have your oats shake ready and take it to go! Consume for breakfast or lunch instead of skipping out on the best brain gain there is! Simply purchase container of (minute oats) or oat loaded granola (no nuts) and make a delicious overnight shake for your refrigerator.
Make it the night before your busy morning with oats, spring water, a dash of fat free milk, scoop of whey protein, yogurt and perhaps a few fresh berries! Shake it – Frig it – Take It- Drink it! At the time that works for you.
“Oatmeal is made with the hulled oat grains”
½ Cup or 100 grams
contain energy (380 calories)
protein (13 g)
fat (6.5 g)
carbohydrate (67 g)
fiber (10 g)
low content of sugar (1 g)
Minerals and vitamins found in oats. Some of these include:
Calcium (52 mg), Iron (4 mg), Magnesium (177 mg), Phosphorus (523 mg), Potassium (429 mg), Sodium (2 mg), Zinc (4 mg), Thiamin (0.4 mg), Riboflavin (0.1 mg), Niacin (1.1 mg), vitamin B6 (0.1 mg), Folate (56mcg).
Oats contain Zero cholesterol.
“Strategy Fitness Team”