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One of the keys to controlling blood sugar may be your choice of breakfast foods. Researchers believe that eating breakfast foods with a low glycemic index (GI) can help prevent a spike in blood sugar during the morning hours and the effect may last until after the next meal of the day.
During a presentation at the Institute of Food Technologists` Wellness 12 meeting, researchers from Purdue University described research that found that low glycemic breakfast foods can increase feelings of satiety and fullness. As a result, people may eat be less likely to overeat during the day and blood sugar spikes can be prevented.
Low GI foods typically cause a gradual and moderate rise in blood sugar and are considered healthier, particularly for people with diabetes High GI foods are digested quickly and cause high fluctuations in blood sugar, possibly raising it to dangerous levels for those with diabetes.
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