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Benefits of oat meal - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   sir i want to know about OAT
User :   whether it is good for health
Doctor :   Oats are good especially for Diabetics
User :   ok
User :   my age is 21
Doctor :   It has a lot of Soluble fibre in it.
User :   and i m doing wwight training also in gym
User :   sholud i take that
Doctor :   But it is better to take oatmeal as a complete meal and try not to take anything else with it
User :   ok
Doctor :   Yes, you can always take oatmeal for once a day.
User :   is it available in medical stores...
User :   how to eat that......with milk
Doctor :   It is available in any departmental store or shopping mall
Doctor :   There are various ways
Doctor :   Aome eat it with milk, and some soak it overnight in either buttermilk and lemon or plain water
Doctor :   Oats upma can also be tried with less oil
User :   ok
User :   i bowl is enough a day
Doctor :   Yes,
User :   ok sir
Doctor :   Taking it for breakfast or dinner is ideal
User :   thanku very much sir...
Doctor :   You are welcome
User :   sir wats ur good name?
Doctor :   Anything else
User :   ok

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