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Oatmeal's health claims strongly reaffirmed, science shows
Date:1/8/2008

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Since the 80s, oatmeal has been scientifically recognized for its heart health benefits, and the latest research shows this evidence endures the test of time and should be embraced as a lifestyle option for the millions of Americans at-risk for heart disease, said Anderson.


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