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7 Reasons to eat Gluten-free Oats

  • 7 Reasons to eat Gluten-free Oats

People with gluten sensitivity, particularly those with celiac disease, need to be careful about eating foods that are made from Gluten. With gluten-free Oats available in three different forms with us - Rolled Oats, Steel-cut Oats and Instant Oats, there’s definitely a boon for the Gluten intolerants as well.

Below listed are the 7 reasons why you should be choosing Gluten-free Oats for your diet:

  1. Maintains Good Cholesterol & removes Bad Cholesterol:

    It takes low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, the so-called “bad cholesterol”, and removes it from the body while leaving the HDL (high-density lipoprotein), “good cholesterol” in the body. Oats and oat bran are among the most heart-healthy foods in the world. Loaded with soluble and dietary fibre, oats are great for the digestive system and the arteries.

  2. Protects body cells:

    Oats also contain antioxidants. Antioxidants bind with free-roaming oxidants that can damage cells and are thought to contribute to cancers and other illnesses.

  3. Controls Blood Glucose Levels:

    Eating oats can prevent blood sugar spikes and crashes by spreading the rise of blood sugar over a longer period of time. This helps to control glucose and insulin levels. Beta-glucan, an abundant molecule in the oats, helps to slow the rise of glucose in the blood.

  4. Good source of Phytochemicals:

    Oats are abundant in phytochemicals that have been shown to have an anti-cancer effect, particularly for cancers, such as colorectal, prostate, and hormone-related cancers, like ovarian cancer.

  5. Reduces Blood Pressure:

    Oats contain fibre, as well as calcium and potassium. Aside from the well-established cholesterol-lowering powers of fibre, calcium and potassium have also been shown to reduce blood pressure naturally.

  6. Prevents Indigestion issues:

    Oats, being a significant source of fibre, can help to improve bowel function and help a person to stay more regular.

  7. Boosts your energy levels:

    Oats are a great source of complex carbohydrates providing lots of energy for athletes. Because these aren’t simple sugars, like processed flour or sugar, they last longer and fuel the body more efficiently.

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