i searched around for some tables of Glycemic load, but couldnt really find anything. I'm trying to find a low glycemic load carb for dinner...i have been having whole wheat pasta.....thanks
Nice linkage there... Also, the chic in your avatar has a nice stomach...Originally Posted by mab904
On a side note, anyone ever eat oats straight out of the can before a workout? I don't have access to anything to cook it in before I hit the gym today, and I need to get some complex cards in, sad thing is, I had to bring the oats from home..
Last edited by Magickk; 10-18-2005 at 02:05 PM.
I've eaten dry oats plenty of times. They seem to digest just fine with me. Can even mix them with some water and let them sit a while. Softens them up a bit. Stir in some protein powder if you have it and want a bit more flavor. Done that on occasion as well.
Oh, thanks for the compliment on the flat stomach. That chick is me
I tend to eat my oats dry all the time. Take a spoonful, shovel, swig of water and swallow. I'm able to get a lot more down in a shorter amount of time than if I cook them properly. Just don't have too many
Cool beans... I was just seeking approval Didn't want to be the only weirdo eating dry oats lol
38 years old and that stomach.. I bet that drives the hubby crazy!!
thanks for the link, thats exactly what i was looking for
btw, you have a better stomach than pretty much every girl i know
Thanks for the info mab. Appreciate it. Oh, and nice link also.Originally Posted by mab904
And...your stomach rocks!
hey magickk, grind up the oats in a coffee grinder, and put it in a shaker bottle. add in a scoop of protein powder for flavor and then when you are ready to drink just add water/milk and shake.
takes about 5 min cuz its a little chunky.
Bump on the grinder. When I get my box of oats it has two bags in it. I grind up one bags worth and put it in a large glass decanter and put the other bag of whole oats in the other decanter.Originally Posted by cable626
I have a rack of 4 decanters: 1-protein, 2-CEE/Taurine/DiC, 3-ground oats, 4-whole oats. Pre workout I use them ground and post I use them whole.
do you drink whole oats PWO? if so, why do you have whole oats post and not ground--i find ground oats are much easier to drink.
seems to be more filling and satisfying until I eat my next whole food meal ~45-60 mins later. I have done it ground both pre and post...just a preference.Originally Posted by cable626
Bump that. I do the same thing.Originally Posted by cable626