10 Healthy Breakfasts For Blood Sugar Balance

Opt for steel-cut oats or rolled oats cooked with water or unsweetened almond milk. Top with fresh berries, sliced banana, and a sprinkle of cinnamon for added flavor.

Oatmeal:

Choose plain, unsweetened Greek yogurt and add your own toppings such as nuts, seeds, and a small amount of fruit.

Greek yogurt:

Eggs are a nutritious breakfast option that provides protein and essential nutrients. Enjoy them boiled, scrambled, or in an omelet with vegetables like spinach.

Eggs:

Mix chia seeds with unsweetened almond milk and let it sit overnight in the refrigerator to create a pudding-like consistency.

Chia pudding:

Blend together leafy greens like spinach or kale, a source of protein such as Greek yogurt or protein powder, a small amount of fruit like berries or half a banana.

Smoothie:

Top whole grain toast with mashed avocado and a sprinkle of sea salt. Add sliced tomatoes or a poached egg for extra flavor and nutrients.

Avocado toast:

Cottage cheese is high in protein and low in carbohydrates, making it a good option for stabilizing blood sugar levels. Top with sliced fruit or nuts for added texture and flavor.

Cottage cheese:

Cook quinoa with water or unsweetened almond milk and top with nuts, seeds, and a drizzle of honey or maple syrup for sweetness.

Quinoa porridge:

Cook eggs with a variety of vegetables such as spinach, mushrooms, onions, and bell peppers. Serve with a side of sliced avocado or whole grain toast.

Vegetable omelet:

Pair cottage cheese with fresh fruit such as berries, melon, or apple slices. Cottage cheese provides protein and calcium.

Cottage cheese and fruit:

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