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How Oatmeal Heals…Clean Arteries, Sleep, Weight Loss, Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar! Dr. Mandell

Studies show that oats and oatmeal have many health benefits.
Lowers blood sugar levels.
Provides antioxidants.
Promotes healthy bacteria in your gut.
Promotes weight loss and satiety.
Eases constipation.
Relieves skin itching and irritation.
Lowers your chance of colon cancer.
Reduces Cancers
Helps Insulin Resistance
Helps Circulation
Lowers Blood Pressure
Builds Immune System
Prevents Clogging of the arteries
Increases Energy
Promotes Sleep and Relaxation

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  • rajah316 says:

    My go to breakfast is plain Organic oats, Cinemon, blue berries & plain Greek yogurt.

  • Lisa Crouch says:

    Thanks i know oatmeal is good but i never thought it did that much..
    thanks for your help i’m going to buy a lot more oatmeal 👍

  • Miguel says:

    How come there are so many people out there saying oatmeal is very bad for you. I hate all the back-and-forth stuff. One month this is good for you and then the next month it’s bad for you. Eating shouldn’t have to be this difficult. Look up Dr. Gundry’s take on oatmeal. Dr. Mandell and Dr. Gundry need to do a podcast on oatmeal for real. It’s getting crazy out here for folks who just want to do a simple thing by eating well and clean.

  • Clara Mbachu says:

    I didn’t really know that oatmeal is this powerful thank you for this insightful teaching

  • Jules says:

    Interesting video, good to know different types of oats.

    I like oats: delicious food. But despite liking and experimenting with them in different meals over a long time period, I don’t actually digest them well. Too bad for me 😂

    In fact, I find a lower carb diet (excludes sugar, a major point of failure) is correlated with less fatigue and illness in my case.

    Thanks for sharing, maybe someone else will find this comment useful on their own journey.

  • Beatriz Castelblanco Fernandez says:

    Thank you for this great advice, doctor.

  • Nasser Usman says:

    Thank you very much Dr for your valuable information ♥️👍👍

  • Jeniffer says:

    *Let’s just take a moment to appreciate how much time and work he put into this video?* *It’s amazing, and I think they deserve so much more than that* ❤

  • Jeniffer says:

    *Let’s just take a moment to appreciate how much time and work he put into this video?* *It’s amazing, and I think they deserve so much more than that* ❤ 😊 😊

  • Jeniffer says:

    *Let’s just take a moment to appreciate how much time and work he put into this video?* *It’s amazing, and I think they deserve so much more than that*

  • Trudy Eastland says:

    I eat oatmeal every morning, with stevea and 2% milk. Thank you, Dr. Mandell. I eat the regular oatmeal. Dr. Mandell, you are such a blessing to me . I take good care of my health. I am 76 years old. I walk everyday, I lift my weights and do 50 pull ups on my total gym . God bless you so much. .

  • Mili Jappert says:

    Your dedication to producing top-tier content is truly remarkable

  • Guardian Down says:

    I put olive oil and cayenne pepper in it with walnuts and honey, sometime raisins. Then on the other half of the bowl I have plain Greek yogurt with pomegranate, sea buckthorn and goji berries with a side bowl of scramble eggs. Before this I take the chia seed, olive oil, cayenne pepper shot but I add some Himalayan salt with it and my vitamin D and B complex then a 30-60 min walk with the dog!

    If you wants more sweetness towards the sour sea buckthorn I would recommend smashing a banana and mixing it with the Greek yogurt, it’s delicious either way!

  • Larry Mackereth Jr. says:

    100% correct. I started eating oatmeal daily for brunch. Big positive difference. Makes my guts feel great. Definitely helps keep digestion moving along smoothly. Helps tremendously to alleviate constipation.

  • Shadow Moon says:

    Been eating oatmeal for a while now, I like adding 1 cup milk, half cup oatmeal, blueberry, banana, cinnamon, chia seeds, either nuts or peanutbutter and lastly honey, Very tasty combo

  • Christine Mack says:

    Superb education, many thanks and grateful for you. Happy Thanksgiving.

  • Goldie says:

    I eat for nighttime snack it helps me sleep because of the natural melatonin it creates💕

    • Someone You Don’t Know says:

      Try not eating close to bedtime, that helps more. We aren’t meant to eat 3x a day with snacks in between, constantly spiking our cortisol. And DEFINITELY not within a few hours of bed. Research it.

    • 4himsanctified says:

      thats the carbs and if you are watching glucose, this is bad advice

  • gigi therian says:

    Thank You So Very Much My Dear Dr Mandell for Sharing Your Knowledge with us!❤❤❤

  • Joanne Wan Eng says:

    I’m trying to gain my weight back after losing 30 pd from modifying my diet due to breast cancer; but I will switch to steel oats for other health benefits! 😊

  • Sharla Fenwick says:

    Eating oatmeal often when young gives you a clear, beautiful facial complexion for life. My mom was part Scottish so she ate oatmeal a lot for breakfast as a girl. Her complexion was flawless her entire life & no wrinkles right into her 70’s. And it’s low cost unlike all the fancy, expensive creams they sell at beauty counters.

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