Control Your Blood Sugar with These Healthy Breakfasts

Soak chia seeds in unsweetened almond milk overnight, then add nuts and berries in the morning. Fiber-rich chia seeds inhibit glucose absorption.

Chia Seed Pudding

Beat eggs with spinach, mushrooms, and cheese, then bake in muffin tins. These make a protein-rich, low-carb breakfast.

Egg Muffins

Add cinnamon and walnuts to basic Greek yogurt. Yogurt's high protein content keeps you full, and cinnamon lowers blood sugar.

Greek Yogurt with Nuts and Cinnamon

Prepare steel-cut oats with flaxseeds in water or unsweetened almond milk. Ground flaxseeds and a few apple slices or blueberries add flavor without sugar.

Steel-Cut Oats with Flaxseeds

Smash avocado on whole-grain bread and sprinkle with sunflower or pumpkin seeds for fiber and blood sugar-lowering beneficial fats.

Avocado Toast on Whole Grain Bread

Serve a serving of cottage cheese with fresh peaches. Cottage cheese is low in carbs and strong in protein, making it good for blood sugar.

Cottage Cheese with Sliced Peaches

Make a smoothie with unsweetened almond milk, a small banana, a spoonful of almond butter, and a scoop of protein powder. Protein, healthy fats, and regulated carbs balance this smoothie

Almond Butter and Banana Smoothie

Sauté spinach, tomatoes, and onions, then scramble with beaten eggs or egg whites on whole grain toast. Serve with whole-grain bread for fiber.

Vegetable Scramble with Whole Grain Toast

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