Oatmeal (porridge) that packs a protein punch

May 25, 2021

In my occasional cooking segments, here is an idea for a higher protein breakfast of porridge/oatmeal.

Rolled oats are excellent food with plenty of fibre, B vitamins and more; but when you are older and don’t eat a huge serve, it might not supply the protein you need at breakfast. This short video shows you how to boost the protein your morning bowl provides.

There is more information on eating for later age and reducing dementia risk in Brain Body Food

There is also a beautiful Power Porridge recipe in my cookbook Better Brain Food

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