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Table of Contents:
- What do you eat with oatmeal?
- Can I eat instant oatmeal dry?
- Do overnight oats have to be in a glass jar?
- How long will oatmeal last?
- Can oatmeal make you poop?
- Why do I feel tired after eating oatmeal?
- Can oatmeal give you gas?
What do you eat with oatmeal?
Best Oatmeal Topping Combinations:
- Fresh Fruit:
- Strawberries - Bananas - Raspberries - Blackberries - Blueberries.
- Nuts + Seeds:
- Almonds - Pecans - Walnuts - Pumpkin Seeds - Chia Seeds - Almond Butter - Peanut Butter.
- Dried Fruits:
- Apricots - Cranberries - Raisins - Coconut - Cherries.
- Sweet Things:
Can I eat instant oatmeal dry?
Though raw oats are safe to eat, it's recommended to soak them in water, juice, milk, or a nondairy milk alternative to avoid some unwanted side effects. Eating dry raw oats could lead them to build up in your stomach or intestines, resulting in indigestion or constipation.
Do overnight oats have to be in a glass jar?
But, do I have to put overnight oats in a jar? A glass jar is not the only option available for overnight oatmeal. Tupperware containers, plastic containers and a medium-sized bowl with plastic wrap also work well for soaking oats overnight.
How long will oatmeal last?
Depending on the type, oatmeal can last from 6 months to 3 years with proper storage. Oatmeal that's flavored with fruit or dry cream lasts 6 months on average and instant oatmeal lasts about a year. Similar to other dried foods like pasta, steel cut and rolled oats last for 1 to 2 years.
Can oatmeal make you poop?
Soluble fiber, which is found in oatmeal, beans and avocados, absorbs water in your body to form a gel, which helps poop slide through the intestines more easily. Insoluble fiber, which is found in seeds and vegetable stalks, adds bulk to your waste, which helps speed up how often you poop.
Why do I feel tired after eating oatmeal?
"Grains in oatmeal trigger insulin production much like whole-grain bread," says Cynthia Pasquella, CCN, CHLC, CWC. "They raise your blood sugar naturally and make you feel sleepy.
Can oatmeal give you gas?
Whole grains such as wheat and oats contain fiber, raffinose, and starch. All of these are broken down by bacteria in the large intestine, which leads to gas.
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