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  1. Ujwal
    April 18, 2010

    Hey Sanjana,
    A very good article.. I even read in some sites that the butter used is not original butter and the flavouring used instead of butter is also not good for health. Thanks for the details

    • Sanjana Shenoy
      Sanjana – Dietitian
      May 6, 2010

      Your welcome Ujwal…. :)

  2. T.S.SUNDARAM.
    January 10, 2011

    ADDING OATS TO YOUR DAILY DIET COULD BE THE KEY TO CONTROLLING DIABETES. Dr. SHASHANK> R. JOSHI.

    People with diabetes were asked to eat eight tablespoons of oats everyday for a year and the impact of this diet was measured using scientific tests. Patients were given standardised indigenous recipes incorporating oats and asked to eat it in any form at any time of the day.
    Two cereals were substituted with rolled oats. Since the trials were done in Mumbai, popular recipes from Western India like oat poha, upma, khakra, bhakri, cheela, soup, muthia, kanji and dosa were introduced.
    Eating just eight tablespoons of oats was found to decrease post-prandial blood sugar by 10-15 per cent in people with type-2 or adult-onset diabetes. Researchers found that compliance was better when oats was incorporated into traditional Indian recipes. Some were even allowed to lower doses of diabetes-control medication

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