Oatmeal is an extremely popular breakfast food that consists of oats and a liquid - usually water, or milk! Full of nutrients and fiber, oats are one of the most nutritious whole-grain foods that a person can consume.


A very healthy breakfast option - you can spruce your oats with fruits and crunchy nuts. Be it a quick fix for hunger pangs, a light and hearty evening snack or the much needed energy to carry you through your hectic morning, oats is the one superfood that can easily fit itself to suit your needs. Protein-packed, full of fiber and low on fat, oats are designed to boost your energy levels and help you lead a healthy lifestyle. They are not only good for the stomach but are interestingly super filling, satisfying and versatile. Oats contain a wide range of nutrients like fibre, vitamin E, essential fatty acids, etc. which make them top the healthy food charts.



Prevents cardiovascular disease

Compared to other grains, oats actually have the highest portion of soluble fiber. Soluble fiber helps your intestinal tract trap substances associated with blood cholesterol. Oats also contain plant lignans, especially enterolactone, which protect against heart disease!


Prevents Constipation

Oats are a rich source of fiber, both soluble and insoluble, which helps in regulating bowel movements and hence prevents constipation.


Controls Blood Sugar Levels

Since oats help stabilise blood sugar and reduce risk of type-2 diabetes, diabetics should consume oats regularly!


Reduces Cancer Risk 

Lignan, the same compound which helps prevent cardiovascular disease also helps reduce chances of hormone-related cancers like breast, prostate and ovarian cancer.


Reduces Hypertension

 If you suffer from high blood pressure, a daily dose of oats will help combat this problem and in turn, lower risk of hypertension.


Rich Source Of Magnesium 

Oats are also a rich source of magnesium, which is key to enzyme function and energy production, and helps prevent heart attacks and strokes by relaxing blood vessels, aiding the heart muscle, and regulating blood pressure.


Supports Weight Loss

A compound in oatmeal known as β-glucan reduces appetite by increasing the hunger-fighting hormone cholecystokinin.


Enhances Immune Response To Disease 

The unique fiber in oatmeal called beta-gluten has been shown to help neutrophils travel to the site of an infection more quickly and it also enhances their ability to eliminate the bacteria they find there.


Protects Skin 

If you look closely on the labels of some of your lotions or face creams, you probably will see oatmeal in there! Oatmeal is great for dry, itchy, irritated skin. The starchiness of oats creates a barrier that allows the skin to hold its moisture!


Reduces Blood Pressure

A diet which includes plenty of whole-grains (such as oats or wholemeal bread) is just as effective as taking anti-hypertensive medication to lower blood pressure!



All you need is a some oats and you're fed with all these incredible benefits! Though, for all these benefits, it is best to choose varieties of oatmeal that are less processed and to limit added sugars. Looking for some alternate healthy ways of eating oats? We got you! One of the main ingredient of Amazin' Graze granolas is... oats! 


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PSST. All Amazin’ Graze products is made using only natural ingredients, with no added refined sugar, additives, preservatives, flavouring, and colouring to adhere to the brand’s philosophy.