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    Cheerios

    Is Cheerios healthy? For breakfast, I usually have two big bowls of cheerios with skim milk. This usually comes to about three-3.5 servings of Cheerios and three servings of skim milk. Each serving of Cheerios has 22 carbohydrates. Are these complex carbs, or simple carbs? I'm assuming they are complex carbs since Cheerios seems to be one of the healthiest cereals out there, but if not, should I continue eating it for breakfast?

    Don't mention oatmeal or eggs, because I absolutely hate the taste of both.

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    the problem with most cereals is the high level of suger and/or sodium
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    The most healthy cereal other than good ole oatmeal is Fiber One. It has the lowest GI. It also has a slew of fiber that'll keep you regular.

    BTW : A lot of guys acquire the taste for oatmeal. Did you like your first drink of beer? Naw, but you learned to like it.
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    cheerios is pretty much empty calories, very quick digesting carbs. Not a great choice.
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    I agree with PSYO. If your gonna stray away from oats, the next best is Fiber One cereal. But oats are the best IMO
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    Originally Posted by Robbyrh10
    I agree with PSYO. If your gonna stray away from oats, the next best is Fiber One cereal. But oats are the best IMO
    Okay, so should I just eat oats with milk? Do I need to cook them, or just buy a container of Quaker oats, put them in a bowl, pour some milk in it, and consume?

    LOL at the beer comment. You're right, I didn't like my first taste of beer, but I adjusted to it. But beer is completely out of my diet right now.
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    Make sure to buy raw oats and not the instant oats.

    I mix mine with water

    1 cup water
    half cup oats
    2 min 30 sec microwave

    add in splenda and some cinnamon. I also add in some calorie free syrup.
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    Originally Posted by dave is cool
    Okay, so should I just eat oats with milk? Do I need to cook them, or just buy a container of Quaker oats, put them in a bowl, pour some milk in it, and consume?

    LOL at the beer comment. You're right, I didn't like my first taste of beer, but I adjusted to it. But beer is completely out of my diet right now.
    Oats and Fiber One or GoLean is really good with some skim milk.
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    Originally Posted by dave is cool
    Okay, so should I just eat oats with milk? Do I need to cook them, or just buy a container of Quaker oats, put them in a bowl, pour some milk in it, and consume?

    LOL at the beer comment. You're right, I didn't like my first taste of beer, but I adjusted to it. But beer is completely out of my diet right now.
    you can eat them by either cooking them and adding stuff to them: fruit, egg whites, cottage cheese, cinamon, splenda, whey, etc. or you could just throw some in a bowl, add milk and eat. either way oats are great and should be eaten.
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    You can also try to look for Uncle Sams Cereal if you really can't stand the taste of Oats. Uncle Sams is certified glycemic, but it kind of tastes like stale corn flakes with a hint of cardboard...although it's pretty good nutritionally and has added flax seed. I am glad to have my oats though Maybe you'll get used to them?
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    Kashi Golean is also a good cereal.Its good to find a cereal with a ****load of fiber.

    Also,for the last 2 days i've been eating oat bran which rivals with oats pretty well if not better.
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    Or you could eat some OATS
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    If you're going to eat Cheerios then eat the Multi-grain type. They are actually not half bad. Oats own them though, just so you know.
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    I guess I'm just going to have to learn to like the taste of oats.

    What kind do you guys recommend I get? Quaker State?
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    Quaker Oats are good. Also steal cut oats are very yummy (but expensive...and the way I go through oats, I'd be a poor man).

    People do a lot of different stuff to their oats to make them palatable. Me, I just eat them raw with milk on them.

    Some people put a little splenda in them, some berries, some peanut butter, mix them into cottage cheese, the options are endless.

    I have a recipie for pancakes that has egg whites, protein powder, and oats in it even.
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    Originally Posted by dave is cool
    What kind do you guys recommend I get? Quaker State?
    I thought Quaker state was an oil company Yeah, Quaker old fashioned oatmeal, but you can get whatever brand just look for the keywords "old fashioned oats" "whole oats" "rolled oats" et cetera. If it says "instant" or "quick cooking" stay away..... Or just look for this:
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    Originally Posted by dave is cool
    I guess I'm just going to have to learn to like the taste of oats.

    What kind do you guys recommend I get? Quaker State?
    Hahaha...quaker state.
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    Originally Posted by PsYoP78
    The most healthy cereal other than good ole oatmeal is Fiber One. It has the lowest GI. It also has a slew of fiber that'll keep you regular.

    BTW : A lot of guys acquire the taste for oatmeal. Did you like your first drink of beer? Naw, but you learned to like it.
    Oh my God, that is so true! Haha.

    I was out shopping once, looking for some Oats (after I had read a lot about them on these forums) and the following few days, not only could I not make it properly lol, but it tasted FOUL!

    Now it tastes great!

    Too bad it doesn't fill me up, though.
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