Are you looking for a hearty healthy breakfast packed with vitamins, fibers, and lots of nutrients?
We have the solution for you!
So Why Oats?
Oatmeal contains soluble and insoluble fiber.
Insoluble fiber in oats helps provide intestinal health.
Soluble fiber helps lower cholesterol and stabilize blood sugar levels.
Oats can keep you feeling fuller longer, thereby helping you control weight.
They are ideal as part of your pregnancy diet. Half a cup of oats contains around 20% of your daily iron requirements, 20% of the zinc you'll need, 11% of your folate and 39% of your Vitamin B1.
This popular breakfast food is healthy, whole grain carbohydrate choice that offers up fibre, B vitamins, and iron all at once.
There are also anecdotal claims that eating oatmeal and other foods made with oats can give your milk supply a boost once the baby is born.
Although there’s no scientific evidence to support this role, many women (and lactation consultants) swear by it.
It’s worth a try since oats provide so many additional healthy benefits and they're quick and easy.
With everyone's busy schedule being a mom, sometimes finding time to make your own nutritious meal is not easy.
Overnight oatmeal can be made in various ways. You can eat overnight oats hot or cold depending on your preference.
You can let it sit out while you are getting the children ready for bed or you can pop it in the microwave for 30- 40 sec.
Prep time: 5 mins
Cook time: 0
Refrigerate: at least 6 hours
- 40g rolled oats or ( quick oats)
- Add water so it covers the oats
- (Other options: unsweetened almond milk, skim milk, or oat milk).
- 1 TB chia seeds
- 1 TB almond butter or peanut butter
- Optional: Sprinkle of cinnamon / sea salt / 1 teaspoon honey or agave.
* Chopped nuts/ dried fruits
- Place all of the ingredients in a jar, shake, cover, and refrigerate overnight.
- The next morning, add your favorite crunchy toppings and you can also add it in the night before.
Christine a Nutritionist, holds a Bachelor's degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. In 2013, she obtained her Master’s in Exercise Science, emphasizing on health and fitness. As a personal trainer for over 8 years in commercial gyms and private hospitals, in addition to experience in bodybuilding as a mentor coach for physique competitions, Christine has become an expert in her field. Christine has also helped post-surgery patients during the healing process and specialized in weight loss at St. Jude Medical Center. Christine speaks fluent mandarin and is able to coach/ train online and in person. Christine works with clients to help them achieve slow and sustainable results. Christine teaches clients to embrace the idea that nutrition and fitness should revolve around your life and improve quality of life.