Best Breakfast for Blood Sugar Control
Founder of Nutrition Starring You Lauren Harris-Pincus, MS, RDN says that when it comes to a healthy, balanced breakfast, protein, fat and fibre are essential.
For breakfast,I like to have oats and berries with a high-quality protein source like Greek yoghurt,which also contain probiotics that contribute to a healthy gut and help regulate blood sugar levels
Since it contains a significant amount of fibre (8 grammes per uncooked cup), oatmeal is an excellent choice for people who need to keep an eye on their blood sugar levels
Glucose and fibre
and it is simple to top with protein and healthy fats.By forming a gel-like substance with water that delays the rate at which carbohydrates are digested and absorbed,
says Harris-Pincus. "95 percent of Americans fail to meet the recommended fibre intake of 14 grammes per 1,000 calories or roughly 25-38 grammes per day," she adds.
Consuming soluble fibre on a regular basis has been shown to not only assist people manage their type 2 diabetes, but it may also reduce your risk of developing the disease.
that type 2 diabetics' blood glucose levels were successfully lowered and managed by protein-rich meals.Plain Greek yoghurt or sugar-free nut butter are good options
if you want to add protein to your porridge.The American Diabetes Association also stresses the importance of replacing unhealthy fats in your diet with good fats
Walnuts, almonds, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds, and avocado are just a few of the heart-healthy fats you can incorporate into your oatmeal (if you want to try a savoury recipe).
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