In fact, the fats found in peanut butter have been known to help lower your risk of death from cardiovascular disease while helping to improve your brain health.
While this oatmeal is completely void of oats, it's still packed to the brim with healthy, life-lengthening ingredients like chia seeds, flax seeds, nuts, and ginger.
First of all, overnight oats are a great health trick because you get all of the benefits of eating oatmeal without having to wait for them to cook in the morning.
That so, the substitute components in this dish are too excellent to miss. All of the ingredients in this dish are nutritious and help you start your day off well.
This recipe combines two of our favorite things when it comes to healthy oatmeal: peanut butter and the ability to take it on the go.
You may not think of mango and ginger as oatmeal toppings, but these two ingredients make for a delicious combination.
You may also take your oatmeal out of the bowl. These oatmeal cookies are loaded with nutrients including flaxseed, bananas, and quinoa.
Similar to the oatmeal cookies, these breakfast bars contain all of the healthy ingredients you'd find in a bowl of oatmeal, but in a bar, you can take on the go.
This classic oatmeal recipe comes with berries and almonds-two ingredients that can help contribute to a, healthier life. The antioxidants in blueberries can help lower cholesterol