Organic Porridge – 5 tips I give my clients and why I encourage them to eat it…
- When buying your cereals choose organic porridge, avoiding commercial brands and other breakfast cereals. These tend to be over processed. Consider having a bowl of porridge made with Organic Jumbo Oats from the health-food shop instead. Jumbo oats tend to have more nutrient value.
- Soak the organic porridge oats overnight. Then boil in the same water to make your porridge. Soaking overnight softens the oats making them easier to digest. And faster to cook. I use half a measuring cup of oats with one measuring cup of water per person.
- If you fancy a change from oats try chia seeds, quinoa, millet grains or rice flakes for your porridge. The reason I choose organic porridge oats over the other grains is that it helps to remove trans-fats and cholesterol from the arteries and other sites.
- Organic porridge is nutritious, with an almost neutral ph. It will not disturb the acid-alkaline balance of your digestive tract too much.
- Linseeds: Take up to 2 tablespoons of whole linseeds daily to speed up your gut transit time. (Your transit time means the time it takes for your food to go from your table to your toilet). Linseeds can be sprinkled on top of porridge at breakfast, or taken in a glass with some water. Whole linseeds speed up your transit time as they get very slippery as they go through your digestive system. This helps to restore normal bowel movements and helps prevent the build-up of rotting food in your gut.
Organic porridge is just a small part of the healthy eating advice I share with my clients.
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