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What Can I Eat For Breakfast

What Can I Eat For Breakfast

A DiabetesTeam Member said:

yummy i still like oatmeal and seems to last a long time for me. Not too good with all the seeds, but we have to eat what makes our body happy.

posted about 1 year ago
A DiabetesTeam Member said:

I eat oatmeal every morning with blueberries and half banana

posted 12 months ago
A DiabetesTeam Member said:

Myself, I have totally got away from grain cereals and oatmeal and have replaced it with homemade seed and nut cereals. 1 example would be chia seeds with sliced almonds, coconut, pumpkin seed, walnuts, cacao nibs, sesame seeds mixed with almond milk and heavy cream. Let it sit for 30 min to let the chia seeds swell and it is a low carb alternative.

posted about 1 year ago
A DiabetesTeam Member said:

Exactly as @A DiabetesTeam Member states - just about anything.

I can tolerate about 35 net carbs in a given meal before it jacks my sugar levels out of range.

So yes, that means that I might be able to eat "less quantity" of some things, but could still eat them.

Breakfast for me is typically cereal (bran flake or fiber one), or wholegrain/multi-grain toast and natural peanut butter or no sugar added jams. Steel cut oatmeal with Swerve (real-fake) Brown Sugar, bacon/eggs, Keto Pancakes with or without blueberries and the list goes on.

But you have to figure out your tolerance and then tailor what and in what quantity you eat based on that.

posted about 1 year ago
A DiabetesTeam Member said:

Simple answer anything you want! As long as it fits in with whatever method you are using to control your diabetes.
There are many theories about carbs,protein,solid or liquid( smoothies,).try looking on browser / diabetic sites/ food sites and take your pick.

posted about 1 year ago
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