The Best Breakfast to Lower Blood Sugar

Oatmeal is a great breakfast option for diabetics due to its high fibre content (8 grammes per uncooked cup),

It's easy to add protein and healthy fat toppings to help manage blood sugar.

Fiber, which is 14 grammes per 1,000 calories or roughly 25-38 grammes per day, is recommended for 95% of Americans," says Harris-Pincus.

Soluble fibre, in particular, can help control blood sugar levels by slowing digestion and absorption of carbohydrates."

For Harris-Pincus, the key to success is a balance of fibre, protein, and healthy fat.

Try adding plain Greek yoghurt or sugar-free nut butter to your oatmeal for extra protein.

Finally, while it's important to watch your carb intake, Harris-Pincus says there are some beneficial carbs you can eat.

"In spite of their carbohydrate content, berries help control blood sugar levels due to their antioxidant compounds.

Also, raspberries and blackberries have the most fibre (8 grammes per cup)."

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