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What You Need to Know About Instant Oatmeal and Your Health

1. Arrowhead Mills Organic Original Plain Instant Oatmeal

Arrowhead Mills instant oatmeal

Arrowhead Mills products are certified organic, kosher, non-GMO, locally sourced and made with whole grains. This instant oatmeal is made from steel-cut oats, has no added sodium and cooks in two minutes.

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SMJ
2 Months Ago

Simply Organic not on the list? Ridiculous.


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CLyde
11 Months Ago

I love to eat my Power Supply Instant Porridge as it is fortified and tastes amazing.

it really helps to boost my immune system. You can buy it here: http://www.power-supply.co.za/fortified-instant-porridge/


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Anitra
1 Years Ago

How about the Quaker Weight Control instant oatmeal?


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ESK
3 Years Ago

What\'s wrong with adding milk?


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Me
10 Jan 2017

Milk has sugar in it. That\'s the reason.

Kay
30 Oct 2017

me dont be mean. We are all in this learning.

ty_buchanan
19 Nov 2017

Lets not go too extreme here. The sugar in milk is lactose which is harmless to humans and not the same as cane sugar.

ty_buchanan
19 Nov 2017

Indeed, adding milk actually lowers the GI because it is protein.

Winifred Bee
3 Years Ago

Just a suggestion- if you want to add some protein and fibre without too much sodium, grab some soy flour instead of protein powder. It\'s 50% protein by weight, good source of calcium and iron, has 15g of fibre to 100g and only has the one ingredient, soy beans. Hemp is also a good protein source, with the same benefits. Those manufactured protein powders are usually pretty high in sodium and are heavily manufactured.


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Paul
20 Jul 2016

Thats mostly true but anything soy causes low T In men, now some women may think thats just fine. and that may not be policticle correct and I don\'t give a crap

ty_buchanan
19 Nov 2017

There is a myth that nuts such as peanuts lower GI. If you eat whole nuts you only chew them a little bit. The "crushed" nuts go through your digestive system as-is. They are not digested at all, so nuts are of no benefit.

ty_buchanan
19 Nov 2017

Nuts are great for losing weight. You feel full up while you are eating nothing.



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