Shilpa Shetty doesn’t compromise on her eating habits, come what may. His Instagram posts are proof of that. From practicing yoga to tasting lip-smacking delicacies, Shilpa stays true to her health. The actress is currently vacationing in London with her husband Raj Kundra and their children Viaan and Samisha. Shilpa’s sister, actress Shamita Shetty and their mother Sunanda Shetty are also in London. Well, we have to add that Shilpa latest upload thrilled our taste buds. She shared a snap of her delicious breakfast bowl on Instagram Stories. what was that? Oats soaked with flax and chia seeds, served with a fruity filling of apples, pomegranates and blueberries. Did we hear delicious?
Dietitians, health experts and many celebrities, including Shilpa Shetty, have emphasized a healthy and fulfilling breakfast. Oats are a decent choice. Soaked oats have various health benefits, especially when stored overnight. A bowl of oats is easy to prepare and gives you plenty of room to adjust the flavors, according to your tastes. Whether it’s adding fresh fruit or simply drizzling honey on top, you can make the bowl healthier and tastier. Overnight soaked oats also eliminates the procrastination we face every morning when it comes to preparing breakfast. Above all, this bowl of goodness has more than one health benefit. Let’s take a look:
1. Constipation Relief
Soaked oats make stools bulkier and help absorb water, making it easier to pass through the colon and eliminating the possibility of constipation.
2. Controls sugar levels
They are high in fiber and loaded with complex carbohydrates, which slows down the conversion of this whole food into simple sugars. It keeps the blood sugar level under control.
3. Calms Hunger Hormones
A bowl of soaked oats will ward off hunger pangs. It will also increase your satiety,
4. Hair health
Oats contain saponin, beta-glucan and protein. All three elements promote hair growth. While saponin cleanses the scalp, beta-glucan helps with moisture retention.
5. Hormone balance
Gluten-free whole grains. Yes, oats are gluten-free and contain tons of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. Above all, they show sensitivity to insulin, which plays a crucial role in hormonal balance.