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What should I eat for breakfast?

Updated: Jan 31

By Dr. Cody Arthur, DC

Finding a breakfast that is both quick and nutritious can be a challenge. One excellent solution that has stood the test of time is the humble rolled oats. Packed with health benefits and versatility, rolled oats offer a delicious and wholesome way to start your day. 

Rolled oats provide a rich source of essential nutrients. They are an excellent source of complex carbohydrates, offering a sustained release of energy throughout the morning. Additionally, oats are loaded with fiber, promoting digestive health and helping you feel fuller for longer. 

One of the standout features of rolled oats is their positive impact on heart health. They contain soluble fiber that has been shown to lower cholesterol levels. Regular consumption of oats may contribute to a reduced risk of heart disease, making them a heart-smart choice for breakfast. 

The beauty of rolled oats lies in their versatility. Whether you prefer them cooked on the stove or prepared as overnight oats, the possibilities are endless. Mix in your favorite fruits, nuts, or seeds for added flavor, texture, and a boost of nutrients. 

If you’re aiming for a healthy weight, rolled oats can be a valuable ally. Their high fiber content helps control appetite and manage weight by promoting a feeling of fullness. This can aid in reducing overall calorie intake throughout the day, supporting weight management goals. 

As we navigate the challenges of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, embracing rolled oats as a breakfast option is a small yet impactful step. So, the next time you’re pondering your breakfast choices, consider the simple yet mighty rolled oats.


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