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Can Eating Oatmeal Lead to Weight Loss?

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Here is some information I want to share about Oatmeal and Weight Loss.    http://The 2 Week DietAs you are already aware, fueling up with a good breakfast is vitally important to your health and to your diet plan. This is the first meal of the day, and the meal you need to draw energy from to get your day going into high gear.
Eating a bowl of oatmeal has many health benefits, and plays an important role in weight loss. By having a bowl of oatmeal in the morning for breakfast, you have started your day off right. Because oatmeal is rich in fiber, it will make you feel fuller, longer, and reduce your chances of wanting to snack before lunch and de-rail your healthier eating, weight loss program.
What is in oatmeal that makes you feel satisfied longer than say other food choices? In one word - fiber. Oatmeal consists of both soluble and insoluble fiber. The insoluble fiber is what is credited for continued regular bowel movements. As this type of fiber does not dissolve in water, it creates a heavier stool. Due to the weight of the stool, it will now pass through the intestines more quickly and alleviate constipation. A clean system is vital in weight loss. The soluble portion of the fiber creates a gel, which slows down the emptying of the stomach, which leads to the sensation of feeling full.




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