What are oats?
Oats are incredibly nutritious, and they are a great source of fiber and carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are the sugars and starches found in fruits, grains, vegetables, and dairy products. They provide fuel for the nervous system and energy for the working muscles. Also, carbs have a lot of influence on mood, memory, and are a quick source of energy. We all know the term "hangry" all too well, don't we? You are so hungry that even the sound of your heartbeat annoys the heck out of you.
There are good carbs, and there are bad carbs as well. It truly depends on what you put into your body. Are you going to grab the instant oatmeal where all you have to do is add water and put 2 minutes on the microwave? Or, will you boil the water on the stove, adding steel-cut oats, with your freshly brewed breakfast blend coffee with cacao and nutmeg, listening to Gold, by Matt Hartkey and Maggie Peake, with your freshly cut strawberries, vibrating at a high frequency? For me, I prefer to use the healthiest ingredients possible (organic) when I cook. Not only do the meals I prepare taste way better, but my food intake has regressed! If I want to vibrate at a high energy frequency, I must feed my body with high-frequency, and this is one of them! Oatmeal also helps you poop! In case you've been stuffed for a while, nothing like a bowl of oatmeals to unclog the drain.
I stay away from using tap water when boiling oats or washing fruits and vegetables. I use distilled water because it does not contain chlorine (disinfectant) and pesticides. Since some tap water is carried through lead pipes from utility companies to homes, which means lead can leach from the pipes into the water. According to the neurosurgeon, Russell L. Blaylock, in his book Health and Nutritious Secrets That Can Save Your Life, "... fluoride causes dental and skeletal fluorosis, damages DNA repair enzymes, and increases your risk of cancer, hypothyroidism, genetic damage, and osteoporosis." It also lowers intuition and memory loss due to the calcification of your amygdala or pineal gland (third eye).
Below are the ingredients and directions needed to prepare yourself a "Blossoming Oatmeal:"
1 cup of rolled oats
2 cups of distilled water
A handful of strawberries + blueberries + walnuts + almonds + cashews
Half a spoon of raw honey
Dairy or non-dairy products (almond milk, goat milk, cashew milk, etc.
Pour water into the saucepan at medium heat and add rolled oats.
Place a wooden spoon over the saucepan to avoid spilling.
Cut berries into small squares, put them in a small bowl and set aside.
On a separate cup place nut mix.
Once the water evaporates and only cooked rolled oats are left in the saucepan, place the desired amount of oatmeal in a bowl, and add berries, mixed nuts, and raw honey.
If it is too dry for you, add more dairy or non-dairy products. ENJOY!