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Old 25th Apr 2012, 08:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey, is it any good if I take oatmeal and banana on the lunch time? I read it that it has low GI (Glycemic Index) so that I won't be groggy later that day.
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Hey, is it any good if I take oatmeal and banana on the lunch time? I read it that it has low GI (Glycemic Index) so that I won't be groggy later that day.
Why not? The banana will give you a quick burst of energy while the oatmeal will give you a steady flow through the day plus plenty of fibre.
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Why not? The banana will give you a quick burst of energy while the oatmeal will give you a steady flow through the day plus plenty of fibre.
Hmm that'll be good. Maybe I'll eat some more oatmeal on the lunch before I work-out in the evening. I don't like to feel too sleepy afterwards.

But the Milo mixed inside has a lot of processed sugar. Since I'm mildly lactose-intolerant I may try other combinations with the oatmeal.
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Hmm that'll be good. Maybe I'll eat some more oatmeal on the lunch before I work-out in the evening. I don't like to feel too sleepy afterwards.

But the Milo mixed inside has a lot of processed sugar. Since I'm mildly lactose-intolerant I may try other combinations with the oatmeal.
Why not take it with low-fat milk? You can blend your banana in the milk and add your oatmeal to it.
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