Health Benefits of Oat Milk

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Over the past year, many health and fitness trends have emerged. But it looks like it’s a big success, and it’s the oat milk that is getting the attention of the health conscious. Naturally, dairy-free milk such as almonds and cashews have been popular for many years. Oatmeal is another dairy-free option that is slightly more edible and slightly thicker than the others, making it suitable for smoothies.

You Get Lot’s of Nutrients

First, oat milk gives you all the health benefits associated with eating oats. You may not like oatmeal, but you need all the fiber, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin D, and B12 found in oatmeal. You are lucky! Oat milk is made from oats and water, which filters out nutrients and creates liquid from the oats themselves. This makes the milk thick, tasty and oatmeal, and contains many important vitamins and minerals.

It Is a Dairy-Free Alternative to Cow’s Milk

Going dairy-free is more popular than ever before. Whether you are lactose intolerant, vegan, or just don’t like how you feel after consuming dairy, oat milk gives you another great option. Maybe you are allergic to soy so you can’t consume soy milk, and want to try something different than cashew or almond milk. Oat milk often contains more fiber and nutrients than some of these other options, plus if you are just a fan of oats, you might prefer the flavor of this type of milk.

It May Lower Your Cholesterol

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Oat milk also lowers cholesterol and balances blood pressure in people who drink it regularly. Oatmeal contains beta-glucan, a type of water-soluble fiber that is good for your health. It helps lower cholesterol levels and promotes heart health. Oatmeal nutrients such as vitamin D and vitamin A can also help boost immunity, according to research registered with the US National Library of Medicine.

Whether or not you see these health benefits from oat milk, it is a tasty alternative to cow’s milk and dairy-free milk alternatives. You can drink oat milk on its own, use it in smoothies or smoothie bowls, or even add it to your oatmeal for a thick, flavorful breakfast.

Published by Lady Robinson

I'm Lady Robinson a Blogger, Content Writer, Mother, Grandmother, Animal Lover and Health Fanatic. My Entrepreneur Lifestyle has made me focus on the meaning of being healthy and staying fit for a long and lasting life.