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A healthy breakfast especially during the colder months is hot cereal. You can prepare a healthy diabetes breakfast by adding fruit and a half-cup of milk to a cup of any hot cereal. A staple in diabetic breakfast ideas is a cup of cooked hot oatmeal two tablespoons of raisins and a half-cup of skim milk. Cold cereal is also a healthy diabetes breakfast option for diabetics. You should choose unsweetened cereals that have 2.5g of fiber per serving at the very least. To prepare a healthy breakfast with 45 to 60g of carbohydrate add three-quarters of a cup of whole-grain cold cereal to a cup of skim milk. Add one slice of whole-wheat toast with one tablespoon of margarine and you will have a great breakfast to start the day. French toast Another healthy option for diabetic breakfast ideas is French toast made with whole-wheat bread egg whites and skim milk.
We re not necessarily talking about eating breakfast at home although that is probably your healthiest option. But stopping to pick up a cup of your favorite premium coffee doesn t count as a quick breakfast. If you picked up a sweet roll or muffin to go with your coffee then you re starting to possibly think about maybe counting it as breakfast. But eating almost any kind of breakfast is much better then eating no breakfast. And eating breakfast is preferable to drinking breakfast. But getting in to the habit of having a quick breakfast every morning is in the beginning more important than what you have for that breakfast. There is no doubt that eating breakfast not only energizes us at the start of our day but it also helps control our hunger throughout the day.
Many of us say we would prefer to sit down and enjoy a leisurely breakfast. But our lives have become so full and hectic that skipping breakfast often seems a necessity. And many of us reason that having several extra pounds we wish to lose skipping breakfast will do us good. In Keri Gans book The Small Change Diet she gives several examples of the excuses her patients have given her in 10 years of private practice as a licensed dietitian for not eating even a quick breakfast. There are many reasons we give ourselves for skipping breakfast in our hurried lives. But I agree with Keri Gans when she states that those people including myself that hit the snooze alarm even once have time for a quick breakfast. And those of us that dawdle around in the bathroom getting ready for work have time for a quick breakfast. If you spend more time then you need on your morning bathroom break contemplating your day you have time for a quick breakfast. It isn t a matter of finding 5 min. for breakfast it s a matter of taking 5 min. breakfast.