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Breakfast is an important meal, especially for type 2 diabetics. Diabetics who skip breakfast tend to have more problems regulating their blood glucose levels. Why? It is likely a result of several factors:
Routinely skipping breakfast will increase the body's insulin response, resulting in increased fat storage and weight gain that’s why, people who skip breakfast are more likely to be overweight.
A healthy breakfast replenishes energy stores that burn off during the night. Those who pass on the meal may have lower energy and burn off fewer calories and carbs.
Eating breakfast leads to smarter meal plan choices throughout the rest of the day. Have you ever noticed that when you skip breakfast you become so hungry that by mid-morning you begin to scavenge for whatever is around? When you do eat, you gobble it down so quickly that you end up eating way too much. Immediately, this causes a spike in blood sugar. Long-term, this leads to weight gain and the increased likelihood of developing diabetes-related complications
However what you eat for breakfast is also important. Breakfast has the potential of becoming a very calorie and carbohydrate-dense meal if you are not careful. Mornings tend to be hectic for most people, but wraps can be an efficient way to ensure a healthy start. A 6" tortilla is going to provide about 15 grams of carbohydrate. Fill the tortilla with another 30 to 45 grams of carbohydrate in the form of low-fat dairy, fruit, or whole-grain starches. Round out the meal with some lean proteins, nuts or a glass of water

Sitting down for breakfast, when you have time, is always best for both mind and body. If you can adjust your morning routine to sit for breakfast sometimes, you'll likely find that you have more options to fit your meal plan. Your healthy is important so please mind it.

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