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Oats Health Risks
I'm having muesli for breakfast for a year now, is it a good option or should I consider any other choice, i was having oats previously.Goal:good health?
Is it healthy to eat soaked, uncooked steel cut oats? I'm getting mixed messages about the health benefits and difficulties of digesting whole grains.
It's ok: Uncooked soaked oats, like in muesli, are ok. Cooking breaks down cell walls, turns it into porridge, released mucilages and soluble fiber; makes it easier re: digestion, but not likely an issue with normal GI tract. Arguably some of the undigested carbs might increase gas (fermented by bowel bacteria). ...Read more
A trainer gave me a diet plan for bodybuilding, but in the morning i eat two whole eggs and six egg whites(and oats). Is it safe for my health?
I would like to buy oat supplement for my cholesterol and health benefit. What is the difference between bg22 vs bg35? I was told bg35 is better.
Oat Beta Glycan: These are water soluble oat fiber at 22 and 35% respectively. They work by trapping bile acids in the intestine forcing the syntheses of new bile acid from cholesterol by the liver. Studies have shown that 5-10 g of daily fiber lowers cholesterol and is associated with lower blood glucose readings. This can be found in a bowl of oatmeal or cheerios be cautious about dietary supplements. ...Read more
Doc, ask sex, can sex very day, l like sex very much, had sex make happy day, I eat health food, like wholegrain, nut ,oat, eat garlic very day?
Define healthy: Eating them raw will mean you will not derive many nutrients from it and it will not be very palatable, but there are no known harms in doing so. Whole grains should be a part of everyone diet unless you have an allergy. Also consider organic spelt, millet, and amaranth known as the ancient grains. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recovery time varies: Recover time will vary depending on many factors including age, general health of the patient, infection control, blood sugar control, the exact type of procedure, and post-operative and follow up care. Discuss it with your surgeon and get their opinion as to what they feel is a reasonable recovery time for you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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