Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Eating – Four Great Egg-Based Breakfast Ideas


If you are looking to improve your bodyweight control, reduce blood sugar fluctuations, and feel healthier overall, you will want to consider adding eggs to your morning meal. Those who consume eggs as part of their breakfast tend to consume fewer calories later on in the day and also wind up feeling more satisfied and energized after this morning meal.

Not sure what to do with your eggs? If you tire of the same old scrambled egg breakfast, then it is time you put a change in place. Let us look at four great egg-based breakfast ideas to consider…

1. Poached Eggs Over Spinach. Poached eggs are fast and easy to prepare and go well with both low and higher carb options. You can poach them and then place them over toast if you want to add more carbs, or poach and serve over spinach instead.

Cooked spinach takes all of 30 seconds to prepare and is full of nutrients to get your day up and running.

2. Scrambled Egg Pita. If you are looking for a fast way to add more vegetables to your eating plan, a scrambled egg pita is an excellent go-to breakfast. With this one, you will want to dice up a few fresh vegetables: peppers, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, etc. and then pan-fry them. Add your eggs and scramble the mixture together. Then once everything is all cooked, add into your pita and serve.

3. Sunny Side Up Egg Muffin. If you love English muffins, rather than smearing jelly or high fat cream cheese on your morning muffin, why not add an egg? You will get far more protein helping to balance out the nutrition of this dish and provide critical nutrients as well.

Cook your eggs sunny side up and the slightly runny consistency will help to soften the English muffin, giving you a texture you are sure to love.

4. Hard Boiled Eggs With Fruit. The last breakfast option for you to consider is hard boiled eggs with fruit. Hard-boiled eggs are an excellent choice because you can prepare them ahead of time and then serve as needed, so this is the optimal breakfast on the go.

Pair your hard boiled eggs with berries, a banana, or an orange, and you can eat it while running out the door.

Eggs are an inexpensive source of high-quality protein. As well, they contain essential nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and healthy unsaturated fats. All you need to add are carbohydrates, and those are quite easy to come by.



Source by Beverleigh H Piepers

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