Breakfast Idea – It Regulates Blood Sugar, Reduces Cholesterol and Helps To Burn Fat

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When you mention breakfast, three foods may
spring to the top of your mind: eggs, bacon and cereal. While those are taste and are fairly quick
to prepare, you may want to try a new morning meal. In today’s video we’ll look at the health
benefits of chia seeds and oats. We’ll also take a look at a recipe that can regulate
your body’s sugar, lower your cholesterol and also eliminate belly fat. These superfoods offer a hearty boost to your
metabolism and immune systems. And their nutrients remain with you throughout the day. If we place oatmeal under the microscope we’ll
find a soluble fiber that is the key to maintaining sugar and cholesterol levels. And this compound
can aid in heart health. Oatmeal is also rich in protein and essential minerals. Chia seeds may be small but they are well-stocked
with omega 3 and omega 6. Their calcium content is greater than that of milk and other
dairy products. Like oatmeal, they can keep your heart functioning properly. Chia seeds
are also good sources of antioxidants and provide anti-inflammatory properties. Those
who struggle with joint inflammation, such as arthritis, can benefit from consuming chia
seeds. Chia seeds can be useful when you are trying
to curb your appetite, because they are so filling. This should keep you from binging
on a sack of potato chips an hour after breakfast. Once you add water, these little seeds expand.
Besides consuming them in oatmeal, you can also add chia seeds to your favorite breakfast
smoothie. Another suggestion is to add them to fruit juices. Like oatmeal, these guilt-free chia seeds
also have a high fiber content. Fiber, along with the iron content in chia seeds, will
work harmoniously to promote a healthy digestive system. When its in tip top shape, our blood
supply is purified as it travels to the brain. It’s like a chain reaction, once our digestive
and circulatory systems are in good working order, our cognitive functions should improve
also. The Recipe Ingredients: 1 cup oats
2 cups water 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 tsp cinnamon 2 tablespoons honey
1 pinch sea salt 4 tablespoons of chia seeds Directions: Bring a pan of water to a boil
Add cinnamon and vanilla Once the mixture begins to boil again reduce
heat Add oats and boil for 5 minutes
Set the pan aside, cover, and allow it to rest for 5 minutes
Add honey and salt and blend well Add chia seeds

11 thoughts on “Breakfast Idea – It Regulates Blood Sugar, Reduces Cholesterol and Helps To Burn Fat

  1. I did this recipe for 2 full weeks… Never been so darn constipated… and yes, I did drink a lot of water

  2. To oatmeal, I like to add walnuts diced apple, banana or berries. If that's not sweet enough, then I'll add a little honey. Two tablespoons sounds like a lot of honey for one serving. How many servings are in this recipe? 🙂 Oatmeal is great for any meal. Thank you so much for another great idea.<3

  3. "Thank You', thank you very much. I'd like to know, if this recipe good for diabetics? Let me know. I look forward to hearing from you 😎😀😎

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