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winter 2007 JamaicanEats
Oat is a good source of soluble fibre and is therefore highly recommended for people with high cholesterol and high blood pressure, says Madelaine Terrier, a nutritionist at the Heart Foundation in Kingston.
Plus, oat is a good source of B vitamins and is low on the glycemic index. This means it is slowly absorbed into the bloodstream, allowing the blood sugar level to remain stable. For diabetics this is a critical factor.
Terrier, who admits that she’s big on oatmeal porridge, adds that “it can hold you.”
- 1 cup quick cooking oatmeal
- 3 cups water
- 2 tablespoons evaporated milk
- ¼ cup condensed milk
- 4 tablespoons sugar
- Teaspoon vanilla
- Bring water, evaporated and condensed milk to boil and add oatmeal.
- Reduce the heat and let simmer for about 15 minutes.
- Add vanilla, cinnamon, and sugar. Sprinkle grated nutmeg on top.
-By JamaicanEats magazine
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