OATMEAL RECIPES HELP LOWER CHOLESTEROL
Raisin Walnut Oatmeal
Topping your oatmeal with walnut raisins may sound pretty basic, but there is something to this classic oat-topping combo when it comes to supporting healthy cholesterol levels.
Blueberry Maple Oatmeal
Topping your oatmeal with fresh or frozen blueberries and a drizzle of pure maple syrup can be just what the doctor ordered when it comes to your heart health.
PB and J Oatmeal
That beloved combo of peanut butter and jelly doesn't have to be reserved for just sandwiches. Including a tablespoon of natural peanut butter and fresh or frozen berries.
Strawberry Chocolate Oatmeal
Just because you are a chocolate lover, it doesn't mean that you have to do without your beloved flavor if you are trying to support healthy cholesterol levels.
Pear Cinnamon Oatmeal
Cinnamon is a go-to spice that belongs in many oatmeal recipes. But adding this flavoring may offer some cholesterol-lowering benefits too.
Instead of drinking your OJ, why not eat it? Using 100% orange juice in your oatmeal recipes gives your dish a nice citrusy taste along with a heart-healthy bonus.
If you haven't hopped on the turmeric train yet, this oatmeal recipe idea may just be the thing to hop on board.
The secret ingredient to an oatmeal that gives you some staying power along with cholesterol-lowering benefits is mashed garbanzo beans.
Acai Berry Oatmeal
We all know (and love) a classic acai bowl on a warm summer day. But when the weather dips, the last thing we want is an icy and fruity bowl to start our morning.
Savory Mushroom Oatmeal
Savory oatmeal can be super-satisfying and can help you get important nutrients in your diet, especially if you aren't a breakfast eater.