Diabetes is a growing health concern in North America. It can affect many areas of your health and lifestyle, but adding oats into your daily routine can help manage your diabetes.
Oats and Managing Diabetes
Canadian research finds oat beta-glucan exhibits a lowering effect on all bad cholesterol
By Michelle Yeomans, 21-Oct-2016
Oat beta-glucan has a lowering effect not only on LDL-cholesterol, but on other ‘bad cholesterol’ too, a Canadian review and meta-analysis has concluded.Read the full article at bakeryandsnacks.com
Natural cholesterol reducers: Alternative foods and therapies to lower cholesterol
Although statins can be used to reduce cholesterol, there are also natural cholesterol reducers which can help achieve lower cholesterol numbers. There are two main types of cholesterol: LDL and HDL cholesterol. HDL cholesterol is known as the good cholesterol, and LDL is considered the bad one.
Oats and the Prevention of Heart Disease
Heart disease is a growing health concern for many people all over the world, but adding something as simple as oats to your diet can make a world of difference.
Oat Sculpture Erected in Saskatchewan
A sculpture of an oat plant has been erected in the community of Ituna, Saskatchewan. The 34-foot-sculpture was designed and built by Dennis Muzyka, a high school shops teacher and metal sculpture artist.
POGA Responds to Recent Ag Issues
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AOGC Director Nominations Open
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POGA Publishes ‘Glyphosate in Oats’ Factsheet
Most oats are grown on family farms in Canada, many of which are multi-generational operations...
Announcing the Winners of the 4th Annual Oats Recipe Contest
Press Release Mexico City, Mexico – June 29, 2018 The Prairie Oat Growers Association of Canada...
Location:Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre, Winnipeg, MB. (As part of The CropConnect...