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Porridge is a simple, cost effective and filling breakfast. What's more is that oats are high in beta glucan, a form of soluble fiber that is good for your gut health and cholesterol. Top tip: Look for steel cut oats also known as Scottish or Irish Oats as these are less processed and always aim to add a protein source to keep you satisfied for longer..


  • 50g Oats

  • 300ml Milk of your choice

  • Fruit of your choice.

  • Nuts/Seeds/Nut Butter


  1. On a medium heat, mix the oats and milk together.

  2. Bring to a simmer and stir until this mixture thickens to a creamy consistency.

  3. Serve topped with nuts and seeds or a tsp of nut butter and a portion of fruit.

I like to add stewed apples, walnuts and a pinch of cinnamon to my porridge in the morning but the fun is experimenting and finding your own flavours


For personalised nutritional advice, recipes and meal plans get in touch today to organise your consultation with registered Nutritional Therapist Amie. Butler DipION, mBANT, CNHC.

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