Healthy Oats Dosa/Oats Dosa/Diabetic Friendly Recipe/Weight Loss Recipe-Kotian's Passion
Healthy Oats Dosa/Oats Dosa/Diabetic Friendly Recipe/Weight Loss Recipe
it is always healthy to start your day with a healthy breakfast. so I recommend you to serve oats dosa to supplement the required nutrition required in our diet. oats dosa is often served with coconut chutney like coconut chutney, ridge gourd chutney, tomato onion chutney, sweet potato chutney, peanut chutney, or red chutney.
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any recipe of oats is naturally healthy because of its nutritious value. today, I am sharing a recipe of dosa prepared by oats.
Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth.
When I made these delicious oats dosa for the first time, I could not believe that there were oats in them. they were so good, healthy too, plus they are quick &no fermentation required for this recipe.
They’re a gluten-free whole grain and a great source of important vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants.
Studies show that oats and oatmeal have many health benefits.
These include weight loss, lower blood sugar levels and a reduced risk of heart disease.
Prevents cardiovascular disease: “The antioxidants present in oats are beneficial for heart disease and the dietary fibers help lower the bad cholesterol (LDL) without affecting the good cholesterol (HDL)”.
2. Prevents constipation: Oats are a rich source of fiber, both soluble and insoluble, which helps in regulating bowel movements and hence prevents constipation.
3. Controls blood sugar levels: Since oats help stabilize blood sugar and reduce the risk of type-2 diabetes, diabetics should consume oats regularly. The high fiber and complex carbohydrates slow down the conversion of this whole food to simple sugars, and beta-glucan delays the fall in blood sugar levels before meals and slows the rise after a meal.
4. 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”, according to the American Cancer Society. Therefore, eating oats is good for both men and women.
5. 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.
6. 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. The high levels of magnesium nourish the body’s proper use of glucose and insulin secretion.
7. Supports weight loss: Oats is a low-calorie food which slows digestion and makes you feel full longer. Thus, reducing your cravings and helping you shed a few pounds. Cholecystokinin, a hunger-fighting hormone, is increased with the oatmeal compound beta-glucan.
8. 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.
9. Protects skin: Oats have been used as a soothing agent to relieve itch and irritation while also providing an array of benefits for the skin. According to The American Academy of Dermatology, “Oatmeal is able to normalize the skin’s pH. It also helps moisturize and soften the skin.”
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