What Happens To Body When You Eat Oatmeal Every Day!

What Happens To Body When You Eat Oatmeal Every Day!

a professor of food and human nutrition at Newcastle University here in the UK recently made the claim that if everyone started the day with oatmeal it would have a significant impact on public health and then eating one Bowl per day could transform the health of a nation a bowl of oatmeal provides a wealth of minerals such as copper manganese and iron as well as B vitamins however the real benefit of oatmeal comes from the soluble fiber in the oats called beta glucan beta glucan feeds the healthy bacteria in our gut which in turn helps our immune system lowers cholesterol and may even protect against cancer there are two types of fiber insoluble and soluble soluble fiber such as beta glucan from cereals and pectin in fruit can form a thick gel paste in our gut which helps reduce the absorption of cholesterol as well as boosting the excretion of bile salts studies have found that eating 3 grams of betta glucan a day which is roughly what you’d get in a 70 gram bowl of oats can reduce your levels of harmful LDL cholesterol by around 7% quote that’s similar to the results you might get from taking a statin and if everyone ate oatmeal we would certainly significantly cut rates of heart disease and possibly also bowel cancer says dr. George grumble from University College London also the beauty is unlike a statin oats have no side effects a 14-year study from Harvard University that looked to the health of a hundred thousand people found that those who ate the most whole grains such as oatmeal seemed to be protected from many illnesses including heart disease scientists found that for each ounce 28 grams of whole grains eaten the day the risk of all death was reduced by 5% one ounce is the equivalent of eating one small bowl of oatmeal it’s advised that we eat traditional oats as opposed to the instant oatmeal that you can buy in individual packets this is because regular oats have a much lower glycemic index and so are released slow into our bloodstream leading to a small release of insulin and avoiding spikes and blood sugar regular oats also contain more beta glucan now let’s hear from dr. Michael Greger as he shares how oatmeal may even be able to help fatty liver disease oats are reported to possess very drug-like activities like lowering blood cholesterol blood sugar boosting our immune system anti-cancer antioxidant antiochus in addition to being a topical anti-inflammatory it may also be useful in controlling childhood asthma body weight it’s said the evidence is clear that oatmeal consumers have lower rates of disease but that’s not the same as proving that if we start to eat more oatmeal our risk will drop to know that we need an interventional trial ideally a blinded study where if we give half the people oatmeal and the other half fake placebo oatmeal that looks and tastes like oatmeal to see if it actually works this has not been done until now double blinded randomized trial of overweight and obese men and women and almost 90% of the real oatmeal treated subjects had reduced body weight compared to no weight loss in the control group a slimmer waist on average a 20-point drop in cholesterol and an improvement in liver function non-alcoholic fatty liver disease meaning a fatty liver caused by excess food rather than excess drink is now the most common cause of liver disease in the United States and can lead in Merah cases to cirrhosis of the liver cancer of the liver and death theoretically whole grains could help prevent and treat fatty liver disease a follow-up study in 2014 confirmed these findings of a protective role of whole grains but refined grains were associated with increased risk thank you so much for watching if you liked the video please give it a thumbs up leave a comment below and subscribe for more upcoming videos [Music] you


  1. Rolled oats makes me sleepy, but Oat Groats do not. HOWEVER, if I overcook the oat groats, then it will make me sleepy.

  2. I get such a bad stomach ache couple of hours after I eat oatmeal. Maybe I'm allergic to a? I started taking Beano with my oatmeal and that seems to help a little bit. I just don't think I can do it everyday.

  3. okay so I eat oats I eat them steel cut but just before I eat them I soak them and blend them in high speed blender until they're almost liquid will that states of Oats raise my sugar blood levels like the instant oats? I know that's a way to make them easier to digest

  4. Correction : statins reduce 52-61% of LDL and not 7% that oatmeals do. I'd still choose oatmeal because it's a natural way !

  5. I eat oatmeal wirh fruits, seeds with oatmeal or almond milk.😇😇😇and l put a spoonful of verisol collagen

  6. Nothing u die early. U need to search for newest research. Oats are full of gluten and sugars. It blocks your fat intake and you cannot nourish your brain. Gluten and sugars destroy your brain and this dummass vegan doktor is bald because he is malnourished

  7. my mom ate oatmeal EVERY morning… made it to 94 1/2… pretty strong to the very end… on virtually NO medicine… ❤️

  8. Is that Dr. Greger in the thumbnail!? My favorite doctor. Yep, I’m definitely watching this video!!

  9. I read that regular oatmeal, or wth go straight to steel cut oats has a medium low glycemic index. When combined with blueberries, which have a very low gi, the whole meal is great for stabilizing blood sugar. One thing I found over the years; you need both insoluble and soluble fibre (whole grains e.g.) to remain consistently regular. Works for me!

  10. I’ve been eating oatmeal for a week straight now everyday for breakfast with apples. It’s delicious and soo good!

  11. Thanks for the info, I usually have low iron and I don't usually eat a ton of meat (less than ounce a day, i'm sure) and I'm sure i'm not getting enough protein…I've been eating a bowl of grul every morning for about 30 days, the dizziness isn't all gone but I've seen a huge improvement.

  12. All those oatmeal combinations in the comments and then you have me who eats 25grams of oats with only water

  13. The problems are no matter how good things people hear and see; they just don’t follow and that’s why they are so fat in US, especially in Texas.

  14. I eat Coach’s oatmeal Monday thru Friday. It has steel cut oats. It makes me poop a lot like 2-3 times a day. It’s clean eating, but I find it boring as I just eat it straight up plain.

  15. I keep my oatmeal in the fridge all night in the morning I add little flexyseed and blueberry no sugar just add almond milk so delicious 😋

  16. I've been eating "traditional" oats for many years. I'm now 80, had a heart attack 7 weeks ago, but yesterday's EKG revealed, to the cardiologist's astonishment, that I have only a tiny scar, basically inconsequential, and the rest of my heart is strong. Over the years, I've abused alcohol in bottle-a-day binges, eaten too much sugar, and much more but ate my oatmeal every morning for the last 30 years.

  17. Keto Dr.s warn against eating oatmeal. It's bad for you they say. Vegan Drs. say eat it everyday. I'm tired of the war

  18. I make oatmeal bread with spelt flour ,Shia seeds and agave sirop as sweetener Oatmeal: 60grams ….spelt :150g ….flour: 150 g …..Shia seeds: 1 tea spoon….agave: 1 tea spoon……canola oil : 2 soup spoons ……water : 180g …..dry yeast : 1 tea spoon …….oven temp : 200 Celsius for 20 to 25 minutes …..lately I tried adding cinnamon and dry raisins to make a loaf I use for breakfast …..excellent result ….next time I would like to try to use oatmeal with dry fruits like figues instead of plain one .always for breakfast …..for the regular recipe i’ll try by adding some seeds ….

  19. I used to love Cream of Wheat and dislikes oatmeal, considering it to be nothing more than beige slime. Changed my mind a few years ago, now I love it! I avoid the instant kind, alternating between steel cut and regular. I eat the regular oats “raw”—just scoop some into a bowl & top with a plant milk, some seeds and berries. No need to cook. I like this better than overnight oats. Oatmeal is healthy and delicious, my 85-year-old father has a bowl every morning but I can’t convince him oatmeal is great even if you don’t cook it.

  20. As a broke college student, this is great news! I eat oatmeal for breakfast everyday. It’s cheap and easy to make.

  21. Oat meal overnight: 1 apple, 150 grams oatmeal, almond milk, maple syrup and cinnamon. Leave it in the fridge and you have a great breakfast!

  22. I eat oatmeal almost every day in the form of shake. I add oatmeal, peanut butter and banana, i suppose blending it doesn.t affect the health benefits it offers.

  23. I ate oatmeal everyday for breakfast and I took it to work for lunch my belly fat have gone,I have it and then two boil eggs

  24. I love Bob's red mill oatmeal old fashion style gluten free, cooked with fresh cinnamon sticks, raw honey, coconut or almond milk, sometimes a teaspoon of coconut oil in it.
    Toppings, walnuts, almond slices, banana, apple, medjool dates, ground flaxseed, ground chia seeds, and mini dark chocolate chips and strawberries, frozen raspberries, or just mixed berries, fresh peaches, not all these toppings at once but a couple at a time 😊

  25. LOVE Oatmeal and I have it every day in the morning with coffee not b/c its healthy, not b/c someone told me to do it ….nope. I LOVE OATMEAL!!!!! Especially Steel Cut! OMG! PWN!

  26. Oatmeal is sprayed with pesticides and absorbs it even organic oats no way to get away from pesticides unless grown indoors or sprayed with organic pesticides

  27. Great Information. Noticed you had 'blueberries' on top of Oatmeal. Blueberries are one of the best, if not the best add on food loaded with 'antioxidants.'

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