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    Question Why is Instant Oatmeal bad for you?

    i have read that instant oatmeal is bad for you.
    why is that?

    i eat master-choice instant oatmeal with no flavoring.
    are cereals any better than oatmeal?
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    As a whole, the instant oats are just cut smaller cut oats for faster cooking time. The reason why instant oats are usually thought to be "unhealthy" is because when people think instant oats, they assume those that come in the flavored packets. Which are filled with uncessary sugars and additives for flavorings/preservation. The quick oats with no added sugars, and regular oats (old fashioned oats) are essentialy the same thing, just different particle size.
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    Ahh, good to know... I never eat the flavored kinds.
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    ya i buy all natrual organic instant oatmeal packs, same thing as the rolled oats just easier to cook
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    Yeah, plain instant oats definitely aren't BAD for you, but if you're eating them alone (which you shouldn't do, btw), they supposedly would coax a higher response from insulin than old fashioned or steel cut oats.
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    Originally Posted by rockstarsar
    Yeah, plain instant oats definitely aren't BAD for you, but if you're eating them alone (which you shouldn't do, btw), they supposedly would coax a higher response from insulin than old fashioned or steel cut oats.
    what should you eat them with
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    Well there are always exceptions, but the general rule is that eating protein and fat with carbs will lower the meal's glycemic index, since the fats/protein will help slow the rate which your body digests the carbs at. So if you were to eat instant plain oatmeal with a side of fat/protein, the GI wouldn't really matter in the end. Especially if your next meal is in a few hours.
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