Side Effects of Eating Too Much Oatmeal

People typically want their oatmeal to be sweeter so as not to eat a boring meal,They achieve this by adding suga

You could significantly increase your sugar intake

Chocolate chips, and other sweet food items which ultimately decreases oatmeal's overall nutritional value as these additions throw in extra calories

Daily oatmeal breakfasts can provide you with all the energy and nutrition you need to jump-start your day, eating these everyday imposes restrictions

You're limiting your nutritional palate

This is because oatmeals keep you fuller for longer, so you often lose your body's ability to signal you to eat more throughout the day

It can lead to malnutrition and muscle mass shedding

Oatmeal helps promote weight loss by suppressing your appetite, too much of it can lead to malnutrition and muscle mass shedding

Can lead to malnutrition

Because of the fiber content in oatmeal, the digestion process may cause some bloating for a person—especially if you're not used to eating oatmeal

Can Cause Bloating

Eating a jumbo serving of oatmeal can lead to weight gain And watch the toppings—a tablespoon or two of crushed walnuts

 Weight gain.

Eating oatmeal every day, you can lower your total cholesterol level, reduce the 'bad'  cholesterol, and increase your 'good'  cholesterol

Bad cholesterol

Oatmeal's fiber content contributes to positive gastrointestinal health, including having regular bowel movements

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Having oatmeal a good amount of healthy dietary fiber—eating too much oatmeal can create some negative side effects to one's body

You to feel full

9 Health Benefits of Oats and Oatmeal