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Eating 9p food for breakfast can prevent drowsiness, diabetes and 12 types of cancer
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Eating oats for breakfast can be very beneficial for you Research has shown that eating one particular type of food for breakfast can benefit you greatly . Adding porridge oats to your morning meal could stop daytime drowsiness and potentially reduce your risk of diabetes and bowel cancer.

Aldi is selling a 1kg bag of porridge oats for 90p , equating to just 9p per 100g serving. You could mix oats into yoghurt with some berries and nuts, or just heat it up with milk for a traditional breakfast dish – avoid adding sugar.

Oats are a great energy source because they contain complex carbohydrates . A bowl of whole grains, like cooked oatmeal, breaks down to become energy that’s slowly absorbed by your body during the day.

This can help tackle daytime drowsiness and make you feel fuller for longer. Besides lasting energy, oats are also a good source of thiamine, phosphorus, magnesium and B vitamins like niacin and folate, which work together to help your body metabolize energy.

Oats have also been proven to help support blood sugar management, a major factor in diabetes. As your body digests less processed oats slower than refined grains, this means you can avoid increasing blood sugar levels too much after eating.

Losing weight and maintaining a health weight can help prevent or reverse diabetes too. The American Diabetes Association recommends losing up to 15% of your body weight at diagnosis.

Following a diet rich in fibre and protein, but low in calories, sugar, and fat, can […]

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