This Blueberry Almond Oatmeal Recipe is Scientifically proven to help you lose weight. Oatmeal recipes can be topped with so many different options. Oils and sugars found naturally in foods like avocados fruits, nuts and seeds balance your brain chemistry hormones and blood sugar. That’s why I love this blueberry oatmeal recipe.
Almonds are a very nutritious nut. So why should you eat almonds in your vegan oatmeal? Because they are rich in healthy fats, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. They are rich in healthy fats, proteins, and fiber. They’re great with blueberry oatmeal recipe.
Almonds also provide vitamin E, manganese, and magnesium. Did you know that that your body does not absorb 10–15% of their calories because some of the fat is inaccessible to digestive enzymes? I love eating almonds with my oatmeal recipes.
Almonds also contain many anti oxidants such as phytic acid. Furthermore almonds are one of the top sources for vitamin E. Eating almonds is super beneficial for regulating blood sugar. And wonderful for healthy breakfast recipes.
Due to their dense nutritional value. They are recommended for people with diabetes. Almonds also benefit blood pressure and cholesterol levels. For all these reasons almonds are the perfect topping on your vegan oatmeal recipe.
Blueberries are tart and sweet at the same time. They are a healthy superfood. High in nutrition but low in calories, blueberries are the best oatmeal topping. Rich in nutrients like fiber, vitamin C, and vitamin K. They’re perfect for topping oatmeal.
Blueberries also provide calcium and manganese. They are hydrating because they’re 85% water. Furthermore they are packed with antioxidants. I love them on blueberry oatmeal recipe.
The antioxidants in blueberries have been shown to reduce the risk of bad cholesterol, high blood pressure, and pre mature aging. Blueberries also may assist in preventing cancer and heart disease.
While also benefiting brain and memory health. For all these reasons blueberries are a super healthy addition to any oatmeal recipe!
Nuts are high in protein, healthy fats, and low in simple carbs. They stimulate your mind and body to burn fat and shed pounds. Nuts are very nutrient dense nuts have been scientifically proven to help you shed pounds. They’re great on vegan oatmeal recipes.
Antioxidants balance hormones and blood sugars. This helps control cravings. These fruits also boost metabolism and combat inflammation. That’s why this oatmeal with fruit and nuts is so healthy for you. Oatmeal is one of my favorite and versatile ingredients for recipes.
This Oatmeal Recipe is healthy and tasty.
Cook oatmeal in medium pot or soak for 3 hours.
top Oatmeal with berries and almonds.
This vegan oatmeal recipe is also pegan, paleo, and gluten-free! The pegan diet was created by Dr. Mark Hyman. It is a combination of paleo and vegan therefore it emphasizes eating a lot of vegetables.