• Rishi

    If you have High Cholesterol (LDL or ” Bad Cholesterol) the oatmeal will help very much to reduce it.

    It’s because the oatmeal is organic, it’s a food that is made from original whole grains that are in the earth. The food fad was short-lived and faded by the early 1990s. The popularity of oatmeal and other oat products again increased after the January 1997 decision by the Food and Drug Administration that food with a lot of oat bran or rolled oats can carry a label claiming it may reduce the risk of heart disease, when combined with a low-fat diet. This is because of the beta-glucan in the oats. Rolled Oats have also long been a staple of many athletes’ diets, especially weight trainers’, given Oatmeal’s high content of complex carbohydrates and fiber which encourage slow digestion and stable blood-glucose levels.

    So, If you eat a cup of oatmeal, with skim or Fat Free milk or in a glass, will actually remove the 75% of LDL cholesterol in your body, and your arteries will be clean, healthy and your heart will appreciate you all the help and satisfaction that gave him.

    And well, if you have high cholesterol start eating oatmeal right now! At breakfast, eat oatmeal in 30 days, and it will reduce your cholesterol and you’ll have a very good lifestyle.

    My Best Regards

  • Vince M

    Oatmeal helps reduce cholesterol when eaten INSTEAD of bacon, eggs and fried hash browns. Those foods can contribute a significan amout of cholesterol, especially they are taken in daily as part of a person’s breakfast.

    Secondly, oatmeal helps increase a person’s level of the GOOD cholesterol.

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