Eating a balanced breakfast is important, especially if you have diabetes. But figuring out exactly what to eat can be tricky. Having a plan in place can help you save time and prevent you from making a choice that might spike your blood sugar in the short term while also affecting your glucose control later in the day.
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Here are a few tips to keep in mind, along with diabetes-friendly breakfast recipe ideas that’ll give you a serving of fresh inspiration.
Why a Diabetes-Friendly Breakfast is Important
Studies have shown that eating a higher fat and moderate protein breakfast may actually help to reduce fasting blood sugar, A1C, and weight.1 The likely reason is that these types of breakfast choices are lower in carbohydrates.
Some people with diabetes experience higher blood sugar levels in the morning because the liver breaks down sugar stores overnight and the cells can also be a bit more resistant to insulin at this time.
Blood sugar also tends to rise after breakfast—up to two times higher than after lunch, thanks to something called the dawn phenomenon. High blood sugar after meals can result in carbohydrate cravings because the sugar stays in the bloodstream instead of going into the cells, and then the cells signal to the body that it needs to eat more sugar or carbohydrates to effectively fuel itself.
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