“Will eating oats for my lunch and supper carb get in the way of weight loss?” is a question I’ve been asked before.
Firstly, don’t worry so much about carbohydrates when it comes to weight loss. Carbs are not what will make or break your diet efforts. As for oats, I think they are a great food, but twice a day is a bit much.
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Rather than eating oats several times a day, there are other options for increasing weight loss. For example, smaller portion sizes, chewing food properly, and eating at appropriate times. Make sure you have ample amounts of healthy food available and don’t skimp on protein.
I suggest limiting oats to once a day at most and then having a different carbohydrate at lunch or supper. For example, sweet potatoes are a great choice. You can bake them, boil them, or mash them, and they are very filling. I think that sweet potatoes are one of the best carbohydrates you can eat for weight loss.
Give that a go. I think you might like it.