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Oats vs. Dalia: Which is good for weight loss? | The Times of India

100 grams of oats contain 16.9 grams of protein and 66.3 grams of carbohydrates, which are its highest nutrients along with 10.6 grams of fiber and 6.9 grams of fats.

In a similar amount of dalia, the carbohydrate amount is 76grams and the protein content is 12 grams, both higher than what is present in oats. However, dietary fiber in dalia is less than what it is in oats. In 100 grams of dalia 6.7 grams of fiber is present.

So depending on your gut system, if you need more fiber in your body then it is ideal to have oats, though having dalia will not be a bad decision.

“Oats offer more soluble fiber than other grains, leading to slower digestion, increased fullness, and appetite suppression. Soluble oat beta glucans are unique among fibers, as they can form a gel-like solution at a relatively low concentration,” says a report of a health journal.

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