This deliciously simple recipe is one that you can turn to during a week of early mornings. I recommend making a large batch on a Sunday night so all you need to do is serve it in a bowl, or pour some into a jar that you can bring to work!
Oats are an excellent source of complex carbohydrates, which ensures sugar is not absorbed into the body too rapidly. The fiber in oats improves the metabolism of glucose, allowing your blood sugar levels to stabilise. This is also essential for those wanting to lose or maintain their body fat percentage, as it keeps you feeling satiated for longer. Beta-glucans found in oats are also capable of improving the body’s immune system defense, this is one way good nutrition can stop you from becoming sick!
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