National Oatmeal Day takes place on October 29 in the US and celebrates a healthy product that many people love. This is a versatile dish that is easy and convenient to prepare and can be used for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There are also various toppings that you can add to oatmeal to make it more enjoyable.
Oats have been part of many cultures since ancient times. It is believed that it was first cultivated in ancient China as early as 7000 BC, and it eventually made its way to North America where it quickly became a popular food due to its quick and easy preparation. Research shows that 80% of Americans now have a supply of oatmeal for all occasions. Oats are also rich in fiber, providing long-lasting energy and satiety, as well as aiding in the control of blood sugar levels. Oats are also now used to feed horses. In Scotland, it has been cultivated for centuries and is in great demand due to the country’s high humidity and low temperatures, which create ideal conditions for growing oats.
- Oats are gluten-free, making them ideal for those suffering from celiac disease.
- They are high in antioxidants, which help reduce inflammation.
- They are great for heart health and for maintaining healthy blood vessels.
- They help to stabilize blood sugar levels.
- They are a great remedy for constipation.
- They are high in phosphorus and calcium, which are important for bone health.
- They should be avoided by those with renal failure.
- They can be eaten daily without any danger.
How to take part
To take part in National Oatmeal Day, simply make a delicious oatmeal dish! Try out different recipes and toppings, and don’t forget to share your creations with your friends. Post beautiful photos of your oatmeal dishes to spread the joy!
When is National Oatmeal Day celebrated in 2023?
National Oatmeal Day is observed on October 29 each year.