We know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and that for this reason it is necessary to know how to do it correctly. If we follow a few small suggestions, we can provide our body with the right nutrients that allow us to feel energetic throughout the day.
Having a good and healthy breakfast is not only indicated to get the right energy but also to avoid the onset of obesity, pathologies and other diseases.
This is the rich and balanced breakfast recommended for those suffering from this chronic disease to feel energetic and full.
Breakfast is important
As already expressed several times in previous articles, breakfast is important, this is of fundamental importance if you suffer from this chronic disease. We are referring to diabetes which as we know is characterized by an excessive amount of sugar in the blood, due to the body’s inability to produce insulin adequately. This disease must be kept under control on all fronts, from medical to food.
Diabetes sufferers should prefer a healthy and hearty breakfast to a poor and quick one. According to recent studies, insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas respond better in the morning and keep blood glucose levels under control.
The presence of a specialist, a diabetologist is essential to know exactly how to treat your pathology.
This is the rich and balanced breakfast recommended for those suffering from this chronic disease to feel energetic and full
Here then is an example of a healthy and balanced breakfast that allows those suffering from this chronic disease to take in the main nutrients.
- A cup of unsweetened green tea with oat flakes;
- 2 slices of wholemeal bread with ricotta;
- 2 peaches.
You can alternate green tea with other healthy drinks, such as plant-based almond or soy milk. If we do not want to consume the slice of wholemeal bread with ricotta, we can replace it with low-fat yogurt. As for fruit, pomegranate, grapefruit and plum are recommended.
Remember to refer to a specialist who can define the level of diabetes and to have a detailed list of what can be taken.