this stuff tastes good. Doesn't anything that is cooked in bacon fat?
Did you know that soluble oat fiber has blood sugar-lowering abilities? For those of you who want to know why, keep reading. The rest of you can skip the science mumbo jumbo and go down to the pictures.
Oatmeal has a huge amount of Magnesium, a mineral that acts as a co-factor which interacts with certain enzymes involved in the body's use of glucose and insulin secretion. Anyways, it is founds to be extremely helpful in lowering blood sugar levels in diabetics.
It is also very valuable in lowering cholesterol. A bowl of oatmeal contains 3-4 grams of soluble fiber. If eaten daily, this will help to lower your bad cholesterol by 8-23%.
So Paula, eat your oats. She can probaly come up with all sorts of interesting ways to serve it up. I just hope she leaves out the bacon and butter. Here is my morning concoction.....
I prefer dried fruit(especially dries apricots), but didn't have any on hand. So, I added some fresh chopped pear.
and chopped walnuts....
Here we go! Not sure if Emeril feels the same, but this makes me "happy, happy".
Thanks to Tina( The Wellness War) for getting me blogging again this morning.