Our expert says:
Oats (except raw oat bran) have a high glycaemic index (GI) which increases blood insulin and sugar levels sharply. When these levels fall, you will experience hunger. Try adding foods with a low-GI to your oats such as fat-free or skim milk or yoghurt. If this still does not help, you may need to change over to a low-GI cereal like All-Bran or wholewheat Pro-Nutro.
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