Greek style scrambled eggs is good for people with pre diabetes it gives you energy throughout the day, it also has protein. I also recommend putting some vegetables like spinach(It counteracts components of metabolic syndrome such as high blood pressure and high blood sugar level), carrots(They contain plenty of important nutrients that benefit blood sugar levels, such as vitamin A and fiber) or tomatoes( it is low calorie so it also helps with weight loss and are delicious 😋), there are also a lot of foods that can help you but I think this is a really nutricuos and yummy breakfast, and especially helpful for people with pre diabetes. 🤗👍
I've been type 1 diabetic since I was 2 years old. I live in the Mediterranean, so out diet is probably different to other places in the world. We have five meals a day, and for breakfast, I usually have a fruit like a banana or an orange, followed by my oat milk coffee as well as a toast with oil and salt on it.
El Onore Z.
Oh, I'm sorry but I don't know because I'm not ,,pre-diabetes,, but I think some fruits or i don't know :/ I eat what we have on breakfast so…
Unfortunately idk but i suggest you to be far from snaks or sugary food that are published every where and to concentrate more on protien: eggs are good or may be any type of vegetables, idk if u can eat nuts or not so if i were you i will ask a doctor.
Lav Nia F.
I haven't got pre-diabetes but I believe my breakfast would be a good one. I eat scrambled eggs in olive oil (and a little bit of salt) and smashed avocado with olive oil, salt and chia seeds. I also drink coffee without sugar (it's good, trust me!). Hope you enjoy it 🙂
R Is N R.
not sure about pre-diabetes, but as someone with diabetes, wholemeal carbs and protien (like egg and avocado) work really well for me
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