Here, you open your eyes and what do you want? Ok, right, first to the toilet and then straight to the kitchen (mmm… or vice versa). There’s a lovely fridge with a lot of delicious and healthy food hidden inside.
If you have diabetes and don’t like to have breakfast, remember that you’ll have to do this every day!
Diabetic’s breakfast should be rich of the nutrients and vitamins as we need to restore organism’s energy stores. Then, during the day we are going to use them. In the second half of the day, dinner is waiting for you. For dinner, try to prefer vegetables and fruit.
After eating avoid habitual filling the belly with crusts, chips, crackers and other junk. This isn’t very healthy. Besides, the lighter the product is, the harder it is to control the amount of food you can eat. If sugar leaps, what will you say then?
Don’t chew at your TV, plus a special recommendation to the brain toilers – let’s separate flies from cutlets. I mean, while eating unplug in your brain to let it cool down. Or mental activity even after a pile of everything eaten may leave this nasty feeling of hunger!
Never eat any fat or melted butter, God save us! Put aside a cigarette and don’t even think of alcohol. In general, alcohol in the morning is a sign of personal degradation. Take into account, diabetic, all alcohol is awfully high-calorie (1 gr – 7 calories). And in your case, my dear, calories should be calculated in a smart way.
Drink mineral water regularly. And you will feel better in 2-3 months after such mineral therapy.
One more thing, the control of the level of blood sugar is possible with the cinnamon. Add ½ teaspoon of this pleasant spice to your meal.
If you are a religious person, there should be no fasting for you. Church allows breaking food limitation for diabetes patients. As a last resort, if you insist, you can discuss fasting in your individual case with your healthcare professional and maybe you will be allowed. But never do this by yourself! Now, it seems understandable what diabetics should eat for breakfast.
Banani Mandal is involved in healthcare market research since 2009. She writes on various health topics and very much passionate about herbal and organic healthcare.