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Anyone Eat Oatmeal?

Instead of eating bread and other stuff with wheat and gluten that can cause breakouts, is Oatmeal a good alternative? I am a pretty thin guy and am looking for things high in Carbs that isn't going to break me out.

Is Quaker Oats 100% rolled oats ok????

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I eat oatmeal. I don't know if it cause' breakouts. But, as long as you don't put milk. Just heat it up with water. And also put honey on it. It tates really good.

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Oatmeal has been a staple of my diet for many years. I prefer the "old fashioned" kind, which I believe has a lower glycemic index than "quick oats." Oatmeal contains a significant amount of protein, 12% by weight, and fiber, 10% by weight. I haven't noticed any difference between Quaker oats and the generic store brand, which costs about $1 less.

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I eat it as well, usually just Quaker Oats...as long as I don't get the kind with added sugar and don't add sugar myself it seems to be fine for me.

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NEWS FLASH

diet does not cause acne

but, i eat about 3 cups of oatmeal a day

also, the old fashoned kind does not have a lower GI rating than the rolled oats. They are exactly the same only in smaller peices so they have more surface area to cook faster.

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NEWS FLASH

diet does not cause acne

but, i eat about 3 cups of oatmeal a day

also, the old fashoned kind does not have a lower GI rating than the rolled oats. They are exactly the same only in smaller peices so they have more surface area to cook faster.

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