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Complete Food

Eating a daily bowl of oatmeal provides energy and prevents chronic conditions. Due to its nutritional content, oatmeal is good for the whole family! It may also be part of a vegetarian, vegan, or slimming diet.

Our oatmeal helps maintain a healthy heart, lowers cholesterol and is easy to digest. Due to its soft texture, it may seem simple. But the reality is that it contains a lot of fiber, omega-6, iron, B vitamins, proteins, and minerals.

Oat flakes alone have no taste, but they can easily grab the flavor of sugar, cinnamon, ginger, and vanilla. Preparing it with low-fat milk can be a better option to avoid adding extra calories and mantaining your health.

Versatile Cereal

When you buy Maga oatmeal, you take home a cereal with soothing properties. Boiling it in water for a hot breakfast, as indicated on the package label, will fill your home with a soothing scent that can calm anxiety.

As a paste with distilled water, it can reduce itchy skin irritation, dermatitis or allergic reactions. You only need to leave it on for 15 minutes and remove it gently. You can also add it in the tub when taking a bath.

Healthy and Fun Ingredient

It’s time to pamper yourself with a delicious and nutritious food!

Some chefs experiment with exquisite combinations with this healthy cereal. One of the tastiest one is to mix oatmeal with pastry yogurt and pears or hot cereal.

Our oatmeal is also used in smoothies to share with friends or in liquefied energy drinks before and after going to the gym. In addition, it can be a main ingredient for the crust of a rich apple pie and home baking.

Traditional menu

Oatmeal is a cereal known since the beginning of civilization. The Romans called it aveo, which means “desire”, because they knew it helped in increasing libido and fertility.

For many years, the Scots, a culture so different from ours, used it in different forms as a meal, without appetizers or sides. In Puerto Rico, the flakes were the breakfast par excellence of a jíbaro working society that needed to begin the morning with energy.

Today, oats integrates seamlessly into breakfast, adult and children’s snacks, or lunch. It’s used in a variety of recipes, such as homemade burgers, sports drinks, desserts, breads and pastries.