Holistic Doctor Shares: How to Make a Collagen and Fiber-Rich, Healthy Breakfast for Pennies on the Dollar

sprouted oats


Oatmeal and oats are often thought of as one of the healthiest foods you can possibly eat, but there are ways to enhance oats that make them considerably healthier, while protecting your body from dangerous, cumulative toxins.

The first thing to know while buying oats is to always buy organic.

In 2018, the non-profit EWG, also known as the Environmental Working Group, conducted lab tests on 28 types of oatmeal products — and found that all 28 contained samples of glyphosate, the notorious Monsanto chemical linked to causing blood cancer in spring 2015 by the top cancer research body of the World Health Organization.

Glyphosate was found in oatmeal samples of 160 parts per million or above, a threshold the EWG has lobbied should be the new threshold for safety, arguing that current government regulations are not strict enough to protect the health of consumers.

The good news is that buying organic oats can help to mitigate and even eliminate these health concerns.

Going the extra mile and buying sprouted, organic oatmeal can also help as well, according to a holistic health professional with over two million subscribers on YouTube.

His favorite breakfast recipe is highly affordable and packed with fiber, protein, and collagen.

Try organic, sprouted rolled oats here


Doctor of Natural Medicine’s Enhanced Oatmeal Recipe

Dr. Josh Axe

Doctor Josh Axe is a longtime chiropractor and certified Doctor of Natural Medicine whose YouTube videos have reached millions.

In the video below, he details a recipe for oatmeal that is incredibly healing and nourishing in comparison with the sugar and glyphosate-laced oatmeal breakfasts most people eat from well known brands such as Quaker Oats.

Doctor Axe’s Oatmeal Recipe Includes the Following: 

Organic, sprouted rolled oats

Grass-fed, multi-collagen peptides

-Organic coconut milk, almond or oat milk

-Mixed berries including strawberries, blueberries or blackberries

Cooking the Oats Overnight 

Dr. Axe adds the first three ingredients to a crock pot or pressure cooker to let it cook overnight.

This recipe adds heat to the traditional overnight oats recipe that has taken the holistic health world by storm.

It’s an inexpensive recipe that takes all the guesswork out of making a healthy breakfast.

Heated foods are generally better during the colder months, as they help to warm up the body from the inside, adding many benefits in line with Ayurvedic medicinal traditions and guidelines.

The recipe includes fiber, antioxidants, collagen (the most abundant protein the human body, necessary for healthy bones, ligaments, blood vessels, organs and more).

Learn about the benefits of collagen here

Watch Dr. Axe explain why this is he and his family’s go-to recipe in the video below:

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About Nick Meyer

Nick Meyer is a journalist who's been published in the Detroit Free Press, Dallas Morning News and several other outlets. He founded AltHealthWORKS in 2012 to showcase extraordinary stories of healing and the power of organic living, stories the mainstream media always seemed to miss. Check out Nick's Amazon best-seller 'Dirt Cheap Organic: 101 Tips For Going Organic on a Budget' by clicking here, as well as its sequel Dirt Cheap Weight Loss.