Dance diabetes into hell! How to do it, click here.
Oats can prevent or lessen the effects of diabetes. SJ Dodgson. MJoTA 2012. v5n1 p0619,
Oats are good for you. What are oats?
"The common oat (Avena sativa) is a species of cereal grain grown for its seed, which is known by the same name (usually in the plural, unlike other grains)..... oats are suitable for human consumption as oatmeal and rolled oats.. one of the most common uses is as livestock feed. Oats make up a part of the daily diet of horses, about 20% of daily intake or smaller, and are regularly fed to cattle as well. Oats are also used in some brands of dog food and chicken feed. Oat seeds are commonly marketed as cat grass to cat enthusiasts, since cats readily harvest and eat tender young oat, wheat, and some other grass sprouts."
Oats can be processed and rolled, or they can be cut.
"Steel-cut oats are whole grain groats (the inner portion of the oat kernel) which have been cut into pieces. They are commonly used in Scotland and Ireland to make porridge, whereasrolled oats are used in England, other English-speaking countries, and Scandinavia."
So not only are oats good for us, they are good for cattle, which we eat, and horses, which we ride, and dogs and cats, which we want to live a long time.
Oats are a miracle food. They have beta-glucans: after eating rice, blood sugar is higher than if you have eaten oats. This is not a problem if your body is handling blood sugar properly, but if you have some symptoms of diabetes, it is a problem. Simply, diabetes is a transport problem for sugar in the body. The less sugar you have, the easier it will be handled. Eating oats makes less blood sugar than eating rice or white flour.
Like everything which is good to eat, don't eat too much, and keep moving. Dance diabetes into hell.
India. Vasim Khan et al. 2012. Medicinal plants with antidiabetic benefits: Allium sativa, Eugenia jambolana, Panax ginseng, Gymnema sylvestre, Momrodica charantia, Ocimum sanctum, Phyllanthus amarus, Pterocarpus marsupium, Trigonella foenum graecum and Tinospora cordifolia, click here.
England. Garsed K, Scott BB. 2007. In 10 studies involving 165 patients who were diagnosed with celiac disease and were on gluten-free diets, only 1 patient was shown to have histological damage as a result of consuming oats, click here.
Ulster. Lee-Manion et al 2009. Avenanthramides are unique to oats...and ...exert antioxidant and antigenotoxic activities comparable to ascorbic acid...click here
Sweden. Ulmius et al, 2011. In 15 [adults] ......the oatbran meal ..significantly lowered postprandial blood insulin IAUC, click here.
Brazil. Donatto et al. 2010. Rats were sedentary, or exercised or exercised after eating oat bran. The oat bran group exercised longer, click here.
Canada. Braaten et al 1994. Subjects with or without Type 2 diabetes were fed either wheat farina, wheat farina plus oat gum or oatbran. Oatbran and wheat farina plus oat gum meals reduced the after-meal blood glucose excursions and insulin, click here.
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