Oatmeal is a good source of fiber and has been shown to aid in digestion, provide sustained energy and control blood sugar. When mixed with water and applied topically, oatmeal can act as an anti-inflammatory to itchy or... More »

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Oats were an increasingly popular food option during the 20th century, and variations of the dish, such as oatmeal, were featured in numerous cultures' cuisines, such as the Irish. Oats were frequently cut and processed ... More »

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During the summer, athletes should remember that hydration does not come strictly from water. Low-fat milk is 90 percent water, coffee is 99.5 percent water, oatmeal is 84 percent water, and lettuce is 96 percent water. ... More »

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Jasmine rice is high in insoluble fiber which aids in digestion, complex carbohydrates which provide energy and keep a person feeling full longer and vitamins and minerals that have a number of different benefits. Jasmin... More »

Some of the benefits of eating buckwheat grains include lower cholesterol levels and the ability to more easily control blood sugar, which is important for diabetes patients, states The World's Healthiest Foods. Buckwhea... More »

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Oats are a source of soluble fiber while wheat is a source of insoluble fiber. Wheat is a better source of B vitamins than oats. However, oats help to promote healthy bowel function. More »

Rice is a complex carbohydrate, which is a good source of energy for the body. There are 22 grams of carbohydrates in a 1/2-cup serving of cooked white rice, and 21 grams of carbs per 1/2-cup serving of cooked brown rice... More »