Many people believe that eating some foods, like fruits or greens, every day is enough to have a healthy life. Isn’t it the truth?
If you want a good diet to be healthier, you need to know what your body needs to work efficiently.
Oats are one of those foods. Even though it is one of the most common cereals nowadays, we should also learn the harms of eating it too frequently.
Do you feel good or bad after eating oats? Have you ever noticed how you feel after eating it?
In today’s video, you will learn about some disadvantages of consuming oats daily. Are you curious?
Besides all these reasons for avoiding oats, some other groups should avoid the cereal:
This group should avoid oats because of its high concentration of carbs, even though they have a low glycemic index.
Iron-deficiency anemia is caused by a lack of iron in the body. Eating oat bran is a serious issue, since it prevents the intestinal tract from completely absorbing the iron, which goes to the blood and plasma after being absorbed.
As a general rule, celiac people or those who are gluten intolerant must avoid oats anyways, since oats can be handled in places where they also handle cereals that contain gluten, causing cross-contamination.
People who suffer from intestinal diseases, such as enterocolitis, chron’s disease, diverticulitis, and others, must avoid consuming oats since it can aggravate their cases, besides causing diarrhea or gastroenteritis.
Oat allergy is a rare reaction of the immune system and can cause infection in the body.
Did you know all these reasons for avoiding oats?
Have you ever noticed any of these symptoms after eating this cereal and got intrigued by how a healthy food could cause you bad reactions?
Did you think that it was the gluten who made you bad, but kept having the same symptoms even after eating gluten-free oats?
Then you may be one of the people who need to avoid this food to have better health.
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