Oatmeal

Oatmeal can do wonders for your body and help you live longer, not to mention it tastes delicious with all the sweet toppings, but there can be side effects from eating a lot of oatmeal. Oatmeal is made from fiber produced by the milling of oat groats, or white oats.

Most of the side effects of eating oatmeal are good and very healthy for you. It lowers cholesterol and sugar, and keeps the digestive system functioning well. It also assists with weight management by providing satiety levels, so you eat less.

If too much oatmeal is consumed, there could be negative side effects, adverse reactions, or even aggravation of existing problems. You know the old adage about too much of a good thing!

5. Excess Dietary Fiber

Dietary Fiber

Oatmeal has a lot of fiber; just one cup provides 10 grams of soluble fiber and 10 grams of protein. But too much can also lead to weight gain or sugar issues, especially if eating flavored and processed oatmeal with added sugars. It is best to use unflavored and unsweetened steel cut or whole grain rolled oats, not the quick oats.

4. Adding Too Many Sweet Toppings

Oatmeal

It’s okay to add fresh fruits, seeds, and some nuts, but be careful adding sugars, honey, sweet cranberries, or dried fruits that are high in sugar. This is not good if you are a diabetic and need to watch your sugar intake.

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