Some people who have diabetes may experience increased levels of blood sugar in the morning. It turns out that high blood sugar levels in the morning it can be lowered by eating vegetables.
Vegetables are not only good at night when a person consumed a diet, because eating the right vegetables in the morning can help achieve the blood sugar to normal levels while providing essential nutrients.
Increased blood sugar levels in the morning is often caused by several factors. Experts from Clevelend Clinic describes one person’s body store sugar that is consumed at night. By morning, the body will pull it from the storage of sugar so that the blood sugar to rise.
High blood sugar levels or hyperglycemia called marked by increased thirst, the urge to urinate continues, slightly blurred vision and fatigue.
Some vegetables are known to help lower or stabilize blood glucose levels. This is because vegetables contain fiber that can help lower blood sugar, as quoted from MayoClinic.
Foods that are known to contain soluble fiber can help lower blood sugar, such as vegetables, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, fruit bits, certain mushrooms and green vegetables including spinach and kale.
These vegetables can be mixed with breakfast foods, such as mixing the eggs with broccoli, asparagus and a little cheddar cheese, or eating boiled eggs and spinach leaves. In addition it can also be juiced vegetables, such as carrot juice, beet juice or spinach.
Yet the American Diabetes Association recommends to avoid starchy vegetables because they contain high carbohydrates that cause blood sugar to rise. Should avoid peas, corn or squash in the morning. If the consumption of vegetables in a can then read the label because it usually contains added sugar.
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