This week I came across an article by precision nutrition on eating wheat and it mentioned protease inhibitors and phytic acid as potentially harmful components of oatmeal. I was wondering if soaking or extended cooking is necessary to get rid of these, or if I should even be worried about these components.
I eat a lot of oatmeal myself, for breakfast and as part of my lunch but I usually boil water and pour it in the bowl with oats and raisins etc that i have prepared already. Then i let it sit for a few minutes before eating.
During lunch i eat oatmeal with quark (cottage cheese), so i was wondering if this method of preparation harms protein absorbtion.
Would appreciate anyone’s time to help me out with this!
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