Oatmeal Water to Lower Cholesterol Recipe

Oatmeal Water to Lower Cholesterol Recipe

Oatmeal Water to Lower Cholesterol Recipe

Recipe by Gennysser
5.0 from 1 vote

Oatmeal Water to Lower Cholesterol Recipe

Course: DrinksCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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  • Pour the water inside a glass pitcher with a lid. Click here to see the one I use.
  • Add the cup of oats.
  • Slightly shake the pitcher.
  • Place it in the fridge (it can last inside the fridge up to 3 days).
  • Wait at least 4 hours before drinking your first glass of oatmeal water.
  • To serve your drink, simply shake it and then pour it in a cup using a strainer.
  • Replace the filtered water used,  every time you drink it. 
  • Always store it inside your fridge.
  • After 3 days, empty out the pitcher, wash it and repeat the process from step one.

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This oatmeal water recipe will make you feel full for hours!

Benefits of Oatmeal Water

Oatmeal Water

Oatmeal water is good for boosting your immune system and significantly lowering your LDL (bad) cholesterol levels naturally. Without affecting your good cholesterol, this can reduce the risk of heart disease.


  • If you are seeking to lower your cholesterol levels with a more holistic and natural approach, this oatmeal water recipe may be what you have been looking for. It is very easy to make, budget friendly and with a lot of benefits.

Benefits of Oats

Oats enhance the immune system and significantly lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels. Oats also contain a unique antioxidant compound called avenanthramides, which prevent free radical damage thereby offering protection against cancer and heart disease.

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There is a fiber soluble compound in oats that is called beta-glucan, which decreases the glucose and insulin response after eating and therefore making oats a beneficial food for diabetics.


Oats contain vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, E, K,  biotin, folate, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silica, zinc, fiber, protein and complex carbohydrate.

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