Steel Cut Oats with Dates

Steel Cut Oats with Dates

I was introduced to this heart healthy and super delicious morning breakfast at our dear friends house Dr. Surendra Singh and Dr. Rita Vyas house. I took a picture of my bowl right away and decided to share with you. This can be a super easy and superfast healthy breakfast for your rushed mornings.

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NutriPledge Health Rating and Therapeutic Health Benefits:

This food is rated as a Green-Yellow dot, healthy balance in our food rating system (Food coach) due to the following healthy qualities that are known to promote positive health and well-being if consumed as a part of a healthy diet.

  • Moderate in calories per serving (430 calories per serving)
  • Healthy balance of carbohydrates (55%), protein (16%), fat (29%), and dietary fiber (6 gram, 21% DV) 
  • a great source of  Calcium (25% DV), Iron (10% DV), and Vitamin D (15% DV)
  • Great source of B vitamins, Vitamin C (36% DV), and minerals
  • No added sugar or sodium
  • No trans fats, artificial flavor, or color

This recipe is moderate in calories with an outstanding balance of carbohydrates, protein, fat and dietary fiber. The recipe’s calcium, iron, and vitamin D help promote healthy blood cells, bones, and teeth. Oat bran’s dietary fiber is high in beta-glucan, which helps lower cholesterol by binding bile acids and removing them via feces. Oat bran also has beneficial effects on blood sugar. In addition, oats are an excellent source of minerals Manganese, Selenium, Phosphorus, and Vitamin B1.