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oatmeal

[AS. ate, oat, + mele, meal]
Ground, rolled, or steel-cut oats from which a cereal can be made. Oatmeal has several therapeutic uses. In the diet, it provides fiber, lowers cholesterol levels, and can safely be consumed by patients with wheat allergies or celiac sprue because it has no gliaden. Oatmeal is also sometimes used in tepid baths or soaps to sooth inflamed or irritated skin.
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For a traditional start on the day, we giveyou some variations on wholesome oatmeal porridge. Scottish oatcakes are a great cracker alternative for cheese or jam.
Sunday breakfast is worth dragging yourself out of bed for with bucks fizz and oatmeal porridge served with cream and Drambuie.
Nancy also cut out simple `white' carbs like white pasta, white bread, white rice and sweets, and allowed oatmeal porridge, brown rice, wholegrain bread, berries and plenty of vegetables.
Have small frequent meals, and never start your day with fruits and citric juices, try opting for warm oatmeal porridge instead; Avoid acidic fruits, so oranges and lemons are out, and consume alkaline fruits such as avocado, melon, banana, apples, berries etc.
Dishes include blueberry and banana oatmeal porridge served with almond milk and walnuts; chia seed and goji berry salad; yuzu ponzu marinated tofu rice paper roll; and zucchini noodles with asparagus, green beans and pistachio and mint olive oil.
Porridge made from large flakes or rolled oats and muesli/granola was significantly lower in glycaemic response than were the quick and instant oatmeal porridges.