Experts Agree- Health Bear Protein Oatmeal Packed with Nutrition
I get the question a lot, “Don’t you need to eat meat, dairy and eggs to get enough nutrition in your diet?” If you are ‘junk food vegan”, the answer could easily be ‘yes’. However if you are doing a plant based diet property, you are going to not only get enough nutrition, you will thrive! I created Health Bear Protein Oatmeal to help plant based eaters find a nutritionally sound breakfast that was fast and simple to prepare. We have found both plant eaters and omnivores alike love a healthy oatmeal. Each up of Protein Oatmeal contains the superfood ingredients below. We located expert comment on each ingredient to remind you just how healthy Health Bear is.
Pea Protein according to Laura Vetter, R.D.N., C.D.C.E.S.
“On average, two tablespoons of high-quality pea [protein] powder can contain between 15-20 g of protein,” explains Laura Vetter, R.D.N., C.D.C.E.S., an outpatient dietitian at Saint Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick, N.J. “For healthy individuals, the general rule for protein is 0.8 grams per kg or 0.35 g per pound [of body weight].” And, pea protein is full of important amino acids that are easily digestible, Vetter notes.
Chia Seeds according to Dr Axe
Ounce for ounce, chia contains the most grams of fiber and is especially rich in soluble fiber, which can help lower cholesterol levels, reduce appetite and promote digestive regularity.
Hemp according to Dr Axe
Compared to chia and flax, hemp seeds pack in the highest amount of plant-based protein per serving. They’re also rich in magnesium, zinc and iron.
The experts at WebMD explain, The vitamins, minerals, and nutrients in hemp seeds can provide some significant health benefits. For example, hemp oil is rich in vitamin E, which is useful for helping keep your immune system functioning. It also acts as an antioxidant, helping reduce free radicals that can cause cell damage in your body.
Flax according to Mayo Clinic and Jared Meacham
Flaxseed’s health benefits come from the fact that it’s high in fiber and omega-3 fatty acids, as well as phytochemicals called lignans.
One serving of flaxseed provides a good amount of protein, fiber, and omega 3 fatty acids. It may help lower the risk of some cancers, help maintain a health weight, and reduce cholesterol and blood pressure.
Oats According to National Library of Medicine
Many studies have shown that the beta-glucan fiber in oats is effective at reducing both total and LDL (bad) cholesterol levels. Whole oats are high in antioxidants and beneficial plant compounds called polyphenols. Most notable is a unique group of antioxidants called avenanthramides, which are almost solely found in oats.