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Oats keep your muscle gains up and belly fat down. Here’s a fresh take on a clean classic that will energize your workouts!
Ready in 35 minutes * Makes 1 serving
Ask any fit, gym-going person what some of their favorite breakfast foods are and we bet that oatmeal places high on their list. Case in point: Jenny Grothe is a Utah-based figure competitor who lost 60 pounds over one year, crediting an oats-filled diet for her lean figure. So much so that she penned a cookbook about it titled ”75 Ways to Love Your Oatmeal – Great Recipes that Keep You Lean” (Sound Concepts, 2011), which the recipe below is from. “Oats are so basic, yet they provide the ample amount of sustainable energy my body needs for heavy weight-training sessions,” says Grothe. “And they keep me sane because they taste incredibly good!”
Nutrients per serving: (about 3 cups)
Calories: 213, Total Fats: 3g, Saturated Fat: 0.5g, Trans Fat: 0gm, Cholesterol: 0 mg., Sodium: 103 mg., Total Carbohydrates: 38g, Dietary Fiber: 6g, Sugars: 9g., Protein: 9g, Iron: 2mg.