Walnuts are the star of this oatmeal since they are the only nut rich in ALA omega-3 fatty acids, which may help reduce inflammation.
Using pure maple syrup from Canada in this oatmeal dish provides the body with quebecol, a polyphenolic chemical molecule that has anti-inflammatory properties.
Spices like ginger and mango contain polyphenols that may help reduce chronic inflammation.
All of the anti-inflammatory elements in this paleo oatmeal are anti-inflammatory.
This recipe contains anti-inflammatory superfoods including chia seeds, flax seeds, and almonds.
This oatmeal-based dish is ideal for individuals on a ketogenic or low-carbohydrate diet.
In this dish, nutrition rich ingredients including flax meal, almond flour, and hemp seeds are used.
The peanut butter and banana in this oatmeal dish contribute to the meal's nutritional advantages rather than detract from them.