The hardest thing for diabetics to do is keep their sugar from turning into a rollercoaster during the day.
And that’s exactly what diabetes medication helps you do.
Now, a finding published in Obesity, proves there’s an even more effective treatment.
All you need to do is eat a large fat- and protein-centric breakfast.
Why breakfast is a diabetic’s most important meal of the day
As study author Dr Spyros Mezitis explains: “Eating a substantial, protein-rich diet can lower blood sugar and improve satiety.”
That’s good news for diabetics.
So what should diabetics eat at breakfast?
Livestrong.com has the answer.
It lists “breakfast foods that diabetics should avoid [as] high sugar cereals, pastries, doughnuts, pancakes/waffles with syrup, fruit juices and coffee drinks high in sugar.” But warns that, “carbohydrates are an important part of a balanced diet and should not be avoided. Complex carbohydrate breakfasts, such as steel-cut oatmeal, provide energy and are involved in metabolic processes.”
There you have it: The best way to control your blood sugar is to eat a big hearty breakfast. And that’s exactly what we expect you’ll be doing tomorrow morning.