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what kind of breakfast is best to stop me having blood sugar ?

what kind of breakfast is best to stop me having blood sugar problems mid morning? I am fine after lunch but all morning i sweat then by 10 i feel hungry again and dizzy etc, i have a good brekkie of toast and cereal (cornflakes or spesh K) Its worse since istarted eating healthy and cut out eating too much rubbish. I have a banana at 9 too but i still get these episodes . I have always suffered with low blood sugar and am a bitch if i dont eat on time but i never had thos much trouble before. Is it the new diet?
Asked On : Sun, 20 Dec 2009
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You need to have a balanced diet. Go by the glycemic index, if the carbohydrate content is more in any food then avoid it or have it in minimal amounts. Otherwise follow the normal guidelines of  Low Fat, Low Sugar, Low Salt, Plenty of Fruit and Vegetables, and Plenty of Complex Carbohydrates (wholemeal bread, potatoes, grains, beans, peas, and other starchy foods.

Answered: Sun, 20 Dec 2009
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