benefit of oatmeal porridge
Oats is a unique cereal containing B, E, P vitamins, magnesium, iron, calcium, sodium, phosphorus, zinc. Its content of a large amount of antioxidants helps the body resist various negative factors. So, beta-glucan is indispensable in the fight against harmful cholesterol.
Eating oatmeal not only lowers cholesterol, but also reduces the risk of blood clots, contributes to the increase of muscle tissue, as well as cleansing the body. Oatmeal is a source of slow carbohydrates giving energy. Eat such porridge for breakfast instead of the usual dry ball, a person gets rid of drowsiness, bad mood and doesn’t remember about food until dinner. The calorie content of oatmeal is about 320 Kcal per 100 grams of product.
Oatmeal, welded on water, is included in dietary nutrition to reduce excess weight, to improve the state of internal organs, skin, hair and nails. Oatmeal is a mucosal porridge, so it envelops the digestive organs and is an essential and useful dish during the treatment of gastritis or stomach ulcer. Regular consumption of oatmeal (without milk) reduces the acidity of the stomach, will help to get rid of heartburn, constipation and colitis, normalizes digestion and liver work.
Oatmeal has a beneficial effect on the thyroid gland, eating this porridge improves memory and thinking. Hyaluronic acid contained in oatmeal has a positive effect on the condition of the skin and joints. Hyaluronic acid is included in therapeutic cosmetics – creams based on it perfectly protect and moisturize the skin, improve the complexion and smooth wrinkles.
Alcohol tincture of oats in folk medicine is used as a sedative, and infusion of straw or grains is used as a sweaty and diuretic.
Harms of oatmeal
Oatmeal is harmful to people with kidney failure. In addition, it contains phytic acid, which when excessive use of oatmeal accumulates in the body and washes out calcium, leading to impaired absorption of vitamin D. The lack of these elements can lead to the development of osteoporosis, deformation of the bone system.
Instant oatmeal is of little use, as oat grains undergo a longer processing process in the production process, less vitamins and valuable nutrients.$
Oatmeal is contraindicated to people with gluten enteropathy (coeliac disease). In this disease, certain foods, mainly cereals, damage the villi of the intestine and provoke digestion, causing atrophy of the gut and impaired absorption. This leads to polyhypovitaminosis, food allergies can form as well.