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Is oatmeal safe?

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It's sort of high in carbs (9% per serving), but it contains no wheat ingredients and is low in fat and sugar. I would think this would be an ideal choice for breakfast, am I wrong?

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Regular oats

cinammon

crushed walnut

assorted blueberriers and/or strawberries

splenda

milk

Try that. I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be "safe"

or you can just try regular oats with a sugar substitute if you want to keep things simple

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I've wondered the same thing about oatmeal. I've been eating oatmeal too...but eliminated all other breads, pastas, cereal..etc.

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I've wondered the same thing about oatmeal. I've been eating oatmeal too...but eliminated all other breads, pastas, cereal..etc.

How close to clear are you?

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It's sort of high in carbs (9% per serving), but it contains no wheat ingredients and is low in fat and sugar. I would think this would be an ideal choice for breakfast, am I wrong?

If it is unrefined oatmeal it may be safe. People on these boards either eliminate one of the following:

Wheat

Gluten

Gluten+Oats

Most grains

All grains

Usually, if they eliminate most grains then they usually are consuming only one of the following:

Unrefined Oats

Brown Rice

Corn & Rice

Could handle that if it cleared you?

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Well I just started to eliminate breads, coffee and soy. (I eliminated sugar awhile ago) So it is probably too soon to judge yet. But I haven't gotten any new ones today which is amazing! So I am thinking the oatmeal doesn't interfer...

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I'm probably as clear as I have been in a long time, this is probably 5 weeks into my lower carb diet. But for the last 2 weeks or so I've been eating whatever I want, no limit to carbs or sugar (although I'm still avoiding caffeine), and at the end of August/early-September I'll know if my acne is affected by diet.

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