Starting the day with a balanced and diabetes-friendly breakfast is crucial for maintaining stable blood sugar levels and sustaining energy throughout the morning.

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Layer Greek yogurt with fresh berries, nuts (such as almonds or walnuts), and a sprinkle of cinnamon. It is high in protein and fiber, which helps stabilize blood sugar.

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Greek Yogurt Parfait

Cook up an omelette with veggies like spinach, bell peppers, onions, and tomatoes. Pair it with whole-grain toast or a small portion of sweet potato for complex carbohydrates.

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Vegetable Omelette

Mix chia seeds with unsweetened almond milk, vanilla extract, and a touch of stevia or a sugar substitute. Let it sit overnight, and top it with nuts and berries in the morning for a nutrient-rich breakfast.

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Chia Seed Pudding

Mash avocado on whole-grain toast and sprinkle with a little bit of salt and pepper. You can add sliced tomatoes or a poached egg for extra flavor and nutrients.

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Avocado Toast on Whole Grain Bread

Blend spinach, kale, or other leafy greens with a low-glycemic fruit like berries, half an avocado, and a source of protein like unsweetened almond milk or Greek yogurt. You can also add a tablespoon of chia or flax seeds for added fiber.

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Smoothie

Mix cottage cheese with your choice of fresh fruits like berries, peaches, or pineapple. Cottage cheese is good for diabetes because its high in protein and low in carbohydrates.

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Cottage Cheese with Fruit

Cook quinoa and top it with nuts, seeds, diced apples or berries, and a sprinkle of cinnamon. Quinoa serves as a complex carbohydrate, offering long-lasting energy for the day ahead.

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Quinoa Breakfast Bowl