By Rachel Meltzer Warren, MS, RDN
Videos by Brittany Doohan and Myra Aquino
For a grain that’s been around for thousands of years, oatmeal seems to be having a bit of a renaissance. With numerous studies backing its health benefits and new recipes for topping and preparing it, today’s oatmeal is one your Grandma might not recognize.
Put a cap on the carbs and amp up protein and fiber with these blood sugar-balancing breakfast bowls. These recipes are not only delicious, but also diabetes-friendly. Just prepare 1/3 cup of oats with 2/3 cup of water (unless otherwise noted), and you’re ready to add our nutritious and tasty toppings!
Published on December 14, 2016.
Rachel Meltzer Warren is a NYC-area based nutrition writer, educator, and counselor, and the author of The Smart Girl’s Guide to Going Vegetarian.
Brittany Doohan is a digital content writer, editor and producer living in San Francisco.
Myra Aquino is an MD turned writer and filmmaker based in Los Angeles.
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