6. Bagel Thins with Nut Butter
Bagels have carbohydrates in abundance and are also too large, so you have to pick thin bagels in order to keep yourself from getting an overload of carbohydrates.
These bagels can be eaten in breakfast with a topping of nut butter, either peanut butter or almond butter, so that it has a rich amount of healthy fat and protein content in it.
7. Almonds and Fruits
If you are on a go and do not have time to prepare or even heat any previously made food for breakfast, you can keep raw almonds and low glycemic-index fruits in your kitchen so that you just take them and run away for work, eating the breakfast on the way.
Fruits like apples, berries or oranges can be very helpful in breakfasts like these.
The almonds will provide you with fiber and monounsaturated fat which would help you feel full, and the fruits will provide fiber and also a touch of sweetness without bringing a spike in your blood sugar level.
Now, to know the exact details and quantities of these or more meals for your diabetes-friendly breakfast, consult your dietitian and enjoy a healthy life.