Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by StoneCold, Apr 21, 2005.
why is it part of almost everyone's bulking diet?
Clean carbs? Nutritious at the same time. Ok,I don't know. I just eat what ppl recommend.
(low gi), cheap, can be mixed in shakes
Also, pretty calorie dense.
pt used it
Ya, your right, I thought it was something like 600 calories a cup. Thatll teach me to think.
i eat oatmeal frequently, but i'm cutting fat
whats the trick to keeping oatmeal from settleing at the bottom of my protein shake?
the last two drinks are always full of oatmeal and it makes me gag.
I can eat a lot of it for 300 calories.
not part of mine
It should be a part of your diet bulking or not
Blend the oats into a powder first then add everything else.
its got oats, and its a meal. nice combo in my book!
also, unrefined. hard to find that these days.
Oats + Mouth = win. I just eat them raw.
Keep shakin it. No matter how fine you blend it, it will eventually settle because it doesn't dissolve.
I usually uise 0.5-1 cup of oatmeal per 1.5-2 scoops of protein
i just bought some i'll be eating them in the morning for breafast now with some egg whites.
I use it when cutting as well
thicker shakes. IE = more solid stuffs.
but i make fruit shakes, most people round here make milkshakes and shit so i dont know what solids you would add other than peanut butter or more oats.
fiber and it also lowers your cholesterol..
but not those quick instant oatmeals tho(too much sugar), it has to be the old fashioned one..
1) Very low GI
2) Good for calories
3) Contains GLA
3) Good source of soluble fiber
4) Contains more minerals then many other grains
5) Has atleast a little protein
6) Damn tasty is prepaired right
7) Can be very filling when dieting(a good thing)