RAMADAN fasting is still on and in our subsequent editions we will be dealing on nutritious foods that can be taken to break the fast. In this edition, we are treating oatmeal as a one of the nutritious and healthy foods to use in breaking fast.Oatmeal is a satisfying and highly nutritious food with high protein, carbohydrate especially complex carbohydrate, vitamin B1, B2, B6, potassium, phosphorus and unsaturated fatty acid. Therefore, this dish is nutritionally balanced and is an ideal food that can be used to breakfast during this special period.Intake of oatmeal is essential for promoting health and overall wellbeing. It is beneficial to students and working men and women, and those that want to keep the brain at the top level of performance because of its high glucose, unsaturated fatty acid, phosphorus, vitamin and lecithin content. These nutrients help to stimulate intellectual activity, invigorate the brain and improve adaptation to stress situation.Oatmeal is also an ideal dish for children to help attain maximum growth and development. Pregnant women are not left out. Taking oatmeal during pregnancy helps in successful pregnancy and giving to birth to a healthy baby. It is also beneficial to lactating mothers, sports men and women because of its high caloric and protein content.In summary, oatmeal should be included in the menu plan and must be taken by those that are suffering from constipation because of its high fibre content which, helps in free movement of the bowel.Take oatmeal to break your fast today and enjoy all its health benefits.Ingredients QuantitiesOat 500gGround peanut160gBrown sugar160gWheat germ100g (1 cup)Water125ml (cup)Olive oil 8 tablespoonsVanilla powder2 tablespoonsMethod of preparationCombine all the ingredients and spread the mixture over an oven tray.Bake in 180oC oven.Stir occasionally, when the water and the oil have been absorbed.Turn the oven off and let cool.Store in an airtight container until it is time to use.E- mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Click here to read full news..