If you’re in search of something fast, easy, and delicious for breakfast that compliments your lifestyle as a diabetic, we’ve got you covered. We share a great guide for you to create your own recipe! 

 

 

  1. Start with a liquid - some options are water, unsweetened almond or soy milk, and you could use cows milk BUT you will have to add less fruits to keep that sugar low. 

 
  1. Pick Your Protein- Plain greek yogurt, protein powder (vegan, rice, pea, or whey) 

 
  1. Time For Fruit- This is where you can pick your favorite fruits! Use only one serving of about 1-2 fruits max. ( A serving is  ¾ – 1 cup of fruit. For larger fruits ½ a cup can be considered a serving) 

 
  1. Pick A Veggie- We recommend starting with some greens such as kale, spinach, or celery. You can also try your favorite veggie if you are comfortable!

 
  1. Choose A Healthy Fat- 2 tablespoons of any one of these options: almond or peanut butter, chia, flax or hemp seeds, avocado, cashews, pecans, walnuts or almonds

 
  1. Blend It All Together- Your preferred consistency is up to you

 
  1. Grab your favorite glass and Enjoy!

Denise Bonnin, D.P.M.
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Dr. Denise Bonnin is an amazing foot and ankle doctor. She loves to treat children, seniors, and athletes!
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