3 Easy, High-Protein Breakfasts That Won’t Spike Your Sugar Levels

3 Easy, High-Protein Breakfasts That Won’t Spike Your Sugar Levels

We used to think bacon and eggs was the best way to start the day. But we’ve discovered that’s actually a terrible idea. High-protein breakfasts that won’t spike your blood sugar will increase the number of healthy years you have on this planet.

Here are three ways you can get a high-protein breakfast that won’t spike your blood sugar:

1) Eggs and veggies. If you’re looking for an easy way to get your protein in without eating foods that will lead to spikes in blood sugar, then eggs and veggies are the way to go. Eggs come stocked with protein and nutrients, while veggies can provide a boost of vitamins and minerals.

2) Greek yogurt with fruit. Greek yogurt is known for its rich, creamy texture, but it’s also packed with protein that will help keep you full and focused all morning long. To make sure your blood sugar doesn’t spike, top off your yogurt with some unsweetened fruit—like berries—to add flavor without adding too much sugar.

3) Oatmeal and nuts. Your mornings don’t have to be boring just because you need to keep blood sugar levels low. Oatmeal is a great option for people who want a hearty meal with lots of fiber and other nutrients that can help you start off on the right foot in the morning, but it’s not great if you add too much sugar or honey. 

Remember that breakfast doesn’t necessarily have to be complicated (or expensive) in order to be good for you – just something quick and tasty.

In the end, it’s important that you find a breakfast routine that works for you and your lifestyle. For some people it means no meat, for others it means eating bacon every day. The key is to find the breakfast routine that will keep your blood sugar stable, and your stomach full.


Anna is an avid blogger with an educational background in medicine and mental health. She is a generalist with many other interests including nutrition, women's health, astronomy and photography. In her free time from work and writing, Anna enjoys nature walks, reading, and listening to jazz and classical music.

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