Millet can help diabetics regulate blood sugar levels because it contains high-quality carbohydrates, fiber and a high protein content.
Diabetic Diet Table: Breakfast is the most important part of our daily meal, especially for those whose blood sugar levels are irregular (also known as diabetics). People who have low blood sugar levels need to look after a healthy breakfast to prevent lowering their blood sugar levels. The same goes for people with high blood sugar who also need a healthy and satisfying breakfast to stay away from unhealthy foods.
Millet is one of the foods that can help regulate high blood sugar levels with the high-quality
it contains. Millet contains minerals and vitamins, which are extremely important for the proper functioning of the body. If you suffer from illnesses like diabetes and mess up your breakfast every morning, we'll help you with some millet recipes. It helps to control your blood sugar level.
Bajra Roti Recipe
Millet is commonly known as "Bajra" and can be found in almost every Indian kitchen. It is used to make Roti and several other snacks. The roti, which is eaten as a healthy breakfast, is very important for those who have high blood sugar and need complex carbohydrates. This recipe consists of millet, wholegrain flour, fenugreek leaves, cottage cheese and cheese. You can also try the recipes with Methi Roti or Missi Roti.
Korralu (porridge) recipe
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Foxell Millet is also called Korralu and is used in the production of oatmeal. Korralu can be taken by diabetics as a light and healthy breakfast. This "sweet Dalia" contains no sugar and instead can be sweetened with the help of natural fruits. Lotus seeds and cashew nuts can also be used in this recipe.
Wheat Dosa Recipe
Dosa is the most common and best-known breakfast prepared in Indian cuisine. This thin and crunchy dish can be eaten for breakfast or even for lunch. You can make a great combination of dosa with sambhar and chutney. Ragi and wheat dosa are full of fiber and proteins that contain much less calories. You can also combine the recipe with oats or bajra.
Jowar Medley or Sorghum is another type of millet that is considered good for diabetics. This recipe for sorghum (jowar) contains low-calorie vegetables like biscuit pudding, bell paper, baby corn, etc. In addition, the jowar mixture becomes much tastier when cooked with mustard, curry leaves, ginger, green chili, and rice bran oil. This recipe is good for controlling blood sugar levels.
Try to experiment with millet and bring more breakfast ideas to your kitchen.
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Written by: Tavishi Dogra
Source: Editorial staff only of myhealth July 22, 2019