Breakfast that can control your 'blood sugar' levels: protein to fibre-rich fruits and more - Asianet Newsable

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Here are some healthy breakfast options that can control your blood sugar levels; read on

First Published Apr 21, 2022, 7:00 AM IST

Here are some healthy breakfast options that can control your blood sugar levels; read on

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Many experts recommend including all food categories in breakfast to effectively regulate sugar levels, including protein, lipids, fibre-rich fruits and vegetables, and complex carbohydrates. Individuals with diabetes, who frequently suffer blood glucose variations, need to eat a balanced and timely diet to control their blood sugar levels.

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Because breakfast is the first meal of the day, you must choose it carefully. A balanced breakfast of fibre, complex carbs, proteins, healthy fats, and veggies is a perfect choice for people with diabetes.

 

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Every meal is an opportunity to nourish the body and control the release of insulin through the slow release of sugar into the blood. What should people with diabetes eat during breakfast?

 

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Many experts suggest that one include all food groups, be it protein, fats, fibre-rich fruits or vegetables, and complex carbs in breakfast to better manage sugar levels. They also  recommend including all food categories in breakfast to effectively regulate sugar levels, including protein, lipids, fibre-rich fruits and vegetables, and complex carbohydrates.

 

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Pulses, almonds, milk products, soy, seeds, eggs, poultry, or fish are all excellent sources of protein that aid with muscle health and sugar management and satiety. Protein meals, according to doctors, are a blessing for people with diabetes since they do not require insulin to break down.

 

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According to many dieticians, the insoluble fibre found in the skins of fruits and vegetables plays a vital role in diabetes treatment. Insoluble fibre prolongs the transit period of meals in the stomach, resulting in a slower release of sugar into the bloodstream, which helps the insulin hormone to release slowly. Also Read: Do you have fatty liver? Know how this disease may result in insulin resistance

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Fats play an important role in improved sugar regulation since they decrease sugar release. Nuts such as almonds and walnuts and seeds such as flax seeds, pumpkin seeds, and melon seeds are high in omega 3 fatty acids. Many specialists advised all diabetes patients that coconut oil is abundant in MCTs, which aid with weight management and sugar release control. Also Read: Aloe vera to coffee: 5 natural, home remedies one should try for glowing skin