Best Breakfast Habits  Lower Blood Sugar

It can be tempting to forgo breakfast when you are trying to improve your blood glucose, however, skipping meals may actually lead to dysregulated blood sugar later in  day

Eat breakfast—don't skip it

The liver increases blood sugar through a process of releasing stored glycogen. As counterintuitive as it sounds, you might actually find that your blood sugar is higher

Starting your day with a high-protein, high-fiber breakfast has been proven to improve blood sugar and appetite for the rest of the day!

Focus on balance

Choose high protein breakfast options like eggs, Greek yogurt, cottage cheese, or protein-based smoothies. Pair these options with a high-fiber carbohydrate like oatmeal

Dehydration and blood sugar are highly connected! You can get a head start on your hydration game by beginning your day with a glass of water


When we are dehydrated, our blood sugar is more concentrated in our bloodstream. By drinking water alone, you can decrease your blood sugar—especially after a meal

Even if you take your cup of Joe in the mornings without sweeteners, the caffeine itself can stimulate a blood glucose response. This phenomenon has to do with the stress hormones

Be caffeine conscious

Moderate your caffeine by trying to stick with just one cup, and be sure to eat a balanced meal to help stabilize your blood sugar with it.

Breakfast is prime time for juice, coffee creamers, milk, and other high-calorie, high-sugar drinks. Beginning your day with added sugars might make it

Don't drink your calories

If you love a fancy coffee but want to stay away from the sweet stuff, we have found something for everyone with these 12 Best Low-Calorie Starbucks Drinks.