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    I eat a bowl of old fashioned Quaker oats every morning but instead of...

    ...feeling satiated, i get hungry earlier.? When i take a glass of milk in the morning and nothing else, I can last until lunch before i take my next meal. But when i take a bowl of oats for breakfast (9am), i will start feeling hunger pangs by 11am - an hour early from lunch. My husband is experiencing the same thing. It's puzzling because logically, we're supposed to feel fuller after having a bowl of oatmeal for breakfast than just a cup of coffee or milk but it's not the case for us. Is there any reason for that?

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    The reason is because is a soft flour and is not really high on carbs but it has a lot of properties to get bad cholesterol out of your buddy so you are on the right way I suggest to get you on a 5 meal plan of diet, not that you eat burgers 5 times a day but well you can eat some grilled chicken by 11 am or some tuna fish with no dressings, that has a lot of protein and will make you feel really good trust me. then at 1pm you can have a nice meal, avoid red meat. at night you can go back with chicken or fish with plenty of veggies. drink plenty of water. Eat no more than a cup of rise per day. This is high protein diet with low carbs.

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    It is "protein" which makes a person feel satisfied from a hunger perspective. There is probably more protein from the size of glass milk you drink than there is from the bowl of oatmeal. If I eat 8oz of oatmeal (2-3 grams protein), I'm hungry like an hour later. If I eat 8 oz of yogurt (8 grams protein), I can last longer. When I have just a 3 oz size of chicken breast (28 grams protein), I can last several hours.

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    yes, there is a reason. I have trouble keeping weight on because my anxiety shuts down my hunger feeling, and my doctor told me to eat actual foods like cereal every morning. First off, it triggers your metabolism like when you jump start a car. Your digestion process starts going and will get rid of foods like cereal quickly, leaving you feeling hungry. Liquids, like coffee or milk, make you feel less hungry, but don't "jump start" your metabolism leaving you feeling less hungry for longer.

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    when u "fill up" you stomach expands a little...therefore, everytime you get hungry, it happens sooner...but oats work through your system faster...fats remain there longer but you don't get as hungry as fast. Fats are good as long as you eat till satisfied, not full.

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    Having a glass of milk is not really starting your body up (metabolism) and when you have the oats the body is starting and working its way through the food.

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    Same thing for me and cereal.. and rice. I think it has something to do with starches.


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