Having the right food to power through the day is important. A balanced diabetic-friendly breakfast consists of lean protein, fiber, healthy fats and non-starchy vegetables. This also means replacing regular, everyday breakfast foods with low sugar alternatives. Wondering which foods to choose?
Greek yogurt with fruits? Oatmeal with berries? Avocado with fried eggs? Today we will talk about breakfast foods for diabetics.
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Intro – 0:00
1. Avocado with Fried Eggs – 00:49
2. Hummus with Whole Grain Toast – 01:37
3. Roasted Vegetable Egg Omelet – 02:16
4. Oatmeal with Nut Butter – 03:12
5. Grilled Peanut Butter and Strawberry Jelly Sandwich – 03:57
6. Berry Smoothie – 04:44
7. Sweet Potato Hash – 05:28
8. Whole Grain Cereal – 06:07
9. Chia Seed Pudding – 07:00
10. Pumpkin Quinoa Berry Bowl – 07:46
11. Eggs and Lentils on toast – 08:28
Avocado with Fried Eggs
Let’s start off with a popular breakfast choice you may have seen on social media. Avocado paired with fried eggs in the form of a salad or on top of a sandwich is not only deliciously filling, it’s packed with nutrients that will help stabilize blood sugar levels.
Hummus with Whole Grain Toast
When it comes to breakfast for diabetics, you have to think outside the box. Hummus, which ranks extremely low in the glycemic index, is often overlooked. However, it can be a saving grace for them, as it’s a healthier alternative.
Roasted Vegetable Egg Omelet
Vegetables and egg omelets are two really filling meals. Instead of just having a plain old egg, add some veggies! Mixing veggies adds tons of nutrients to the otherwise traditional egg. But how does it help in maintaining glucose levels?
Oatmeal with Nut Butter
A bowl of oatmeal may sound basic, but that’s not the case. Diabetic or not, it’s a great breakfast option for everyone! Who doesn’t want to start their day feeling full and active? A wholesome bowl of oatmeal topped off with organic nut butter will keep you active throughout the day.
Grilled Peanut Butter and Strawberry Jelly Sandwich
Eating sweets is an absolute no-go for people with diabetes. But not anymore! Starting your day on a sweet note just got sweeter! Organic sugar-free peanut butter on wholewheat bread, topped off with a small amount of strawberry jam is the perfect recipe for your breakfast.
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