Oats Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits Of Oats

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Which is the best way to start a fresh, energized and good morning? With a healthy breakfast.  you can enjoy the great health benefits of it all year round.  Oats like many grains, are rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, dietary fiber etc. and offer numerous health benefits. They’re a gluten-free whole grain and also  include weight loss, lower blood sugar levels and a reduced risk of heart disease.

Nutrition Facts

  • Carbs In Oats:

Oats are a good source of complex carbohydrate and are also available in a variety of cooking forms. Oats containing very low in sugar with only 1% coming from sucrose and Carbs make up 66% of oats by dry weight.  Although plain oats provide almost 30 grams of carbohydrates in one cup cooked, they’re a healthier choice than other breakfast options that would provide similar amounts, like refined bread or bagels.

It is the largest component of Oats,  which is comprised of long chains of glucose molecules. The starch in Oats is different than starch in other  grains.  Rapidly found starch, slowly found starch and resistant starch are the type of starch. 

  • Fiber In oats:

The majority of the fiber in oats is soluble, mostly a fiber called beta glucan. The Oat beta glucans are known to lower cholesterol levels and increase bile acid production.  Whole oats pack almost 11% fiber, it also provide insoluble fibers, including lignin, cellulose, and hemicellulose. They’re also believed to reduce blood sugar and insulin levels . 

  • Protein:

Oats are a good sources of proteins which higher than other grains,  providing about six grams per serving. The major protein is is avenalin, The minor protein avenin is related to wheat gluten.

Health Benefits
  • Lower cholesterol level
  • Reduce the risk of heart disease 
  • Preventing type 2 diabetes which cause abnormal regulation of blood sugar, usually as a result of decreased sensitivity to the hormone insulin.
  • Boost fullness is maintain energy balance.
  •  A gluten-free diet is only the best solution for individuals who suffer from celiac disease, as well as for many individuals with gluten sensitivity.
  • Feeding oats to child under six months of age is associated with a decreased risk of childhood asthma. 
  • Oats may boost your immune system, enhancing your ability to fight bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites