"Oatmeal is a Great Source of Fiber and Healthy Carbs" --Lisa Young, Ph.D., R.D., New York University
To transform plain steel-cut oats, Lisa R. Young, Ph.D., R.D., adjunct professor of nutrition at New York University and author of The Portion Teller Plan, adds a teaspoon of maple syrup. She complements the oatmeal with Greek yogurt and blueberries. "The yogurt contains calcium and protein to keep me full and the berries are loaded with antioxidants."
Steal the meal: If you don’t have time for oatmeal, top the yogurt with a whole-grain cereal (“whole wheat” or “whole grain” should be the first ingredient) that has at least three grams of fiber.