Oats are great, but we're giving you three better alternatives
Oats are a super snack, especially for athletes. They provide all of us with the necessary amount of fiber, carbohydrates, and even a certain amount of protein. They are delicious in a salty and sweet combination, hot or cold, and most importantly, they keep us full for a long time. However, there are several of their alternatives that you can try to diversify your meals and to get even more useful substances for your body. We are good friends and give you a concise list of what you can eat to replace oatmeal in your daily menu: Long live Chia! We know your grandma probably only ate chia, but this superfood is amazing anytime. Only 30 g can provide you with an abundant portion of nutrients for the day, without worrying about unwanted calories. Chia seeds are gluten free, rich in omega 3, vitamins, minerals, fiber, protein, antioxidants and phytonutrients. Taking chia also counteracts stress and stabilizes the immune system.
How to substitute oats?
Raw nut mix anytime It is our favorite breakfast or afternoon meal just before starting a strenuous workout or other activity that requires strength and concentration. The selection of raw nuts and dried fruits is the perfect combination for clean energy and great taste. From it you get healthy fats, healthy sugars and you are full for a long time.   Healthy snacks Oats are your carbohydrate in your healthy and balanced menu. However, their super alternative can be crackers. If they are carefully selected, you will not break your diet. Whole grain or classic, the best for you are those that contain sesame, chia and olive oil and are non-GMO.   Act and choose your most delicious alternative!