It is a tasty dish for the day at breakfast or as supper at night. It is very rich and varied in taste. Oats tend to thicken if allowed to stand for a while. Therefore, you should consider adding more milk to this dish at the time of consumption.
We all know that breakfast is the most important daily meal. Indeed, it allows us to fill up with energy and face the day with enthusiasm. Have you ever wondered why it is advisable to opt for daily consumption of oats in case of breastfeeding moms?
The most remarkable benefits of daily consumption of oats –
• It is depurative – Thanks to a large amount of amino acids it contains, it stimulates the production of lecithin in the liver and thus allows the complete purification of toxins from the body.
• It helps control blood sugar levels – Good news for those with gestational diabetes. They have every interest in introducing it into their diet to better digest starch and stabilize blood sugar, especially after eating.
• It improves digestion – Do you have digestive problems? Opt for daily consumption of oats. This will allow you to reduce bile acids. And it helps to facilitate intestinal transit.
• ½ cup of oatmeal
• 2 teaspoons of sugar
• ½ teaspoon of ghee
• 1 ½ cups of milk
• 3 to 4 almonds
• 3 to 4 raisins
• Pinch of cardamom powder
Method for oats kheer
• Take a pan and heat the ghee over low heat.
• Now add the oatmeal and fry it in the ghee until it turns a little brown.
• Add milk, cardamom powder, and sugar. Stir constantly.
• After 5 minutes, the mixture begins to thicken.
• It’s time to add almonds and raisins.
• Cook for another minute and remove from heat.
• Serve hot or cold to taste.
Oats contain iron that is hugely beneficial for any breastfeeding mothers. The fibers (in particular soluble) constitute the active substrate of our intestinal flora. In other words: the bacteria in our gut feed on the fibers to be able to live and reproduce correctly. However, a healthy intestinal flora is essential for the proper functioning of a breastfeeding mother’s body: healthy intestinal flora is guaranteed health. Fiber also decreases the absorption of carbohydrates, which helps to regulate blood sugar and thus reduce peaks in blood glucose after meals. This helps it prevent diabetes in those who have given birth recently.