I found out from my mother just how healthy oatmeal is. I ate recklessly in my 20s, as well I should, but when you cross the threshold of 35 years, your body begins to talk to you about taking better care of it. If you are wise, you listen and make adjustments. Oatmeal for breakfast (and sometimes for dinner) was the beginning of that adjustment for me. It takes care of cholesterol for the most part.
|Oatmeal simmers in the pot, the best way. Microwave is not the best way to prepare any food.|
|Milk adds a little flavor and takes away the blandness. Adding sugar is not advisable. |
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