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Steel Cut Oats
Updated: Friday, May 10 2013, 09:23 AM CDT
Breakfast is known as the most
important meal of the day, so why not start the day off right with a
bowl of cholesterol-busting steel-cut oatmeal. Steel-cut oats will give
you the energy you need to power through your day, while also providing
you with a rich, hearty and delicious breakfast. Hy-Vee Registered
Dietitian, Christy Frese, will shows you some heart-healthy and
creative ways to top off your bowl of steel-cut oatmeal.
The Super Grain
you know the soluble fiber in oats has been shown to help reduce LDL
(bad) cholesterol when eaten as part of a heart-healthy diet? Steel-cut
oats contain 2 grams of soluble fiber per serving and are a good source
of protein. Find out what other nutrients are found in steel-cut oats,
and why these oats are an important part of a healthy diet.
Steel-Cut or Old Fashioned?
Discover what makes steel-cut different from old-fashioned oats, and how this affects the cooking of this hearty grain.