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    Oat Meal vs Corn Flakes

    I am trying to put on some serious mass. Currently as part of my breakfast I take 'Corn Flakes' with milk and 2-3 slices of whole wheat bread...

    I see many people taking oat meal in breakfast. Should I change to Oat Meal..
    I mean which one is better 'corn flakes' vs oatmeal ?
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    Oatmeal is more calorie dense. A cup of steel-cut oats is 600 cals.
    A cup of corn flakes is like 120 or something.

    Probably doesn't matter
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    I would go with oat meal due to the amount of nutrients it contains over corn flakes.
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    Originally Posted by Bnizzle163 View Post
    I would go with oat meal due to the amount of nutrients it contains over corn flakes.
    me too.. i belive it also provide a good level of strength while lifting in the gym?
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    oats are better for health bro. more fiber and more nutrients. also corn flakes have sugar and hfcs added.
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    i eat like 80 g Oats every morning but i add some special Kellogs to feel satisfited
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    corn flakes taste better!
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    My $0.02.

    I think your choice depends on your philosophy of diet. For example, if you are into nutrient timing, the corn flakes is the much better choice based on the fact that it has a higher GI than oatmeal.
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    Frosted Flakes > Oatmeal

    Tastes MUCH better and as long as the Corn Flakes fit into your macros, keep 'em in your diet. Why fix it, if it ain't broke.
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    Yea, as long as it fits your macros keep rockin the corn flakes!!, I use cheerios!
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    Originally Posted by Dnarts View Post
    Oatmeal is more calorie dense. A cup of steel-cut oats is 600 cals.
    A cup of corn flakes is like 120 or something.

    Probably doesn't matter
    Density of a food in a cup doesn't really mean much.

    Oats and corn flakes actually have about the same nutrient density per unit mass. And I'll bet that if you ground up (or chewed up) cornflakes, they also have the same absolute calorie density.
    No sir, I don't like it.
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    I need HELP

    Hi I am 57kg and 5ft9inch and 19years. I am into gym,ing from last 1.5 years and i took plenty of proteins but it didnot work alot. i also took DBOL but it effected my stomach. now am thinking to go all naturally. i am kinda thin but my body has good shape but dont have size. Please suggest me a proper diet for this
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