Can I Eat Oatmeal on a Ketogenic Diet?
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hi guys dr. Berg here here’s the question can I eat oatmeal on a ketogenic diet will it Bob me out of fat-burning okay let’s talk about that so the first thing you need to know is that there’s two types of oatmeal one is the steel-cut I guess it’s called the Irish or Scottish oatmeal which is unrefined and then you have the instant oatmeal which is usually with a ton of sugar or brown sugar okay well if you take a look at the glycemic index still cut it’s about 55 not terribly high not terribly low a bit too high for a ketogenic diet though so it does tend to turn in sugar somewhat and then you have the instant look at 83 so that’s good that’s evil without the sugar so it’s going to convert to sugar pretty fast because it’s more refined so so the more glycemic it is the worse it is for your weight loss okay so number one you never want to consume the instant oatmeal you don’t want to do it and you definitely don’t want to buy that packets with the added sugar because it’s not healthy at all as far as nutrients in oatmeal there is a small amount of nutrients I’m not saying it’s completely avoid but it does have something called beta glucan which is something that is helpful for cholesterol okay but here’s the point if you’re trying to lose weight and you’re on a ketogenic diet and keeping your carbs really low it’s not a good idea to consume oatmeal okay because it’s going to slow you down if you’re not trying to lose weight go ahead and consume but just make sure to still cut yes it takes longer to make but it’s healthier okay then this stuff over here alright that’s my answer hey if you’re enjoying my videos press the subscribe button below and I will keep you updated on the future event thank you so much
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Dr. Berg talks about oatmeal on a ketogenic diet. There are two types of oatmeal, you have unrefined (steal cut) versus instant. The glycemic index of steal cut is 55 and instant oatmeal is 83, pretty high and if you add sugar to it – you raise it even higher.
If you are trying to lose weight, we recommend NOT consuming oatmeal because it could interfere with your fat burning.
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