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How to make healthy and low-sodium oatmeal

Great breakfast option for people watching what they eat or on a low/no-carb diet. Inspired by US Olympian Hurdler Lolo jones.

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Gather your ingredients. I use PC Organic oatmeal. I usually would add some banana and pumpkin seeds, but I don't have those today.

Gather your ingredients. I use PC Organic oatmeal. I usually would add some banana and pumpkin seeds, but I don't have those today.

Turn on the stove and boil water. On the package of oatmeal it tells you how much water and oatmeal to use, so it may differ slightly from brand to brand. Mine is 3/4 cup of water for one portion

Turn on the stove and boil water. On the package of oatmeal it tells you how much water and oatmeal to use, so it may differ slightly from brand to brand. Mine is 3/4 cup of water for one portion

Lid makes it boil faster!

Lid makes it boil faster!

While boiling, gather toppings quickly. It doesn't take long to boil.

While boiling, gather toppings quickly. It doesn't take long to boil.

This is how your oatmeal should look. Take it off and pour into your bowl!

This is how your oatmeal should look. Take it off and pour into your bowl!

Time for toppings!

Time for toppings!

I always start with cinnamon. This may look like a lot, but when you mix it in it tastes great/not too much.

I always start with cinnamon. This may look like a lot, but when you mix it in it tastes great/not too much.

Add fruit and/or nuts. This is a healthy version, so I am staying away from brown sugar or any types of sugar (besides natural sugars). You can add it if you desire! Tastes great!

Add fruit and/or nuts. This is a healthy version, so I am staying away from brown sugar or any types of sugar (besides natural sugars). You can add it if you desire! Tastes great!

Mix it all up and enjoy a healthy breakfast!

  • Whole quick oats (organic optional)
  • Fruit of your choice - strawberries, blackberries)
  • Cinnamon (just a dash)
  • Honey
  • Nuts of your choice