Oat is a real depositary of vitamins, macro-and microelements. It contains iron, silicon, iodine, zinc, copper, manganese, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, magnesium and calcium. The following vitamins are also present in the composition of the crop: B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B9, A, PP, Beta-carotene, E, H, choline. It is also rich in thiamine, healthy fats and plenty of soluble plant fibers. Due to this, it is considered a nonreplaceable product in dietetics.
If you start your morning with a plate of oatmeal, it can ensure you a good mood, boost your power and energy for the whole day, and help to get rid of problems with digestion.
Eating oat grains in different forms (for example, in the form of bran or brew) will help to avoid apathy, general exhaustion, and atherosclerosis. And the silicon in the composition of the crop will keep the bones strong for a long time, raise the immunity, and strengthen the blood vessels. Thanks to potassium the acid-base balance of the blood will remain normal, and the work of the kidneys and heart will stabilize. The healing properties of oat are used in the treatment of impotence, infertility.
Scientific studies have proven the usefulness of fiber contained in these crop grains (cholesterol level is reduced, the risk of cardiovascular diseases is reduced, pressure is normalized).
Oat is useful for diabetics. Apart from reducing the level of sugar in the blood it reduces swelling due to the removal of excess fluid from the body.
Slightly sprouted oat with a lower calorie content and a higher content of vitamins is particularly useful.