Oatmeal has long been heralded as a near-perfect breakfast—a meal that's equal parts healthy and tasty.
However, there's a surprising side effect of eating oatmeal that even folks who've been eating it daily for years don't know about.
One of the biggest things you'll get from oatmeal is feeling full between meals.
Oats increase your metabolism and can amplify your athletic performance if it's eaten within one hour of exercise
Oatmeal is rich in soluble fiber beta-glucan which improve blood lipid levels & postprandial effects on blood sugars.
The fiber content of oatmeal improves gut health and keeps you full
The fiber content of oatmeal improves gut health by serving as a prebiotic food to feed healthy gut bacteria already existing there.