12 Non-Boring Breakfasts to Try on WW's Diabetes-Tailored Plan
These fun twists on the usual suspects (think: a crispy waffle made from cauliflower) will wake up your tastebuds and start your day on a balanced foot. “These breakfasts all have protein and fiber, which is key for people with diabetes since they minimize the risk for your blood sugar spiking,” says Angela Goscilo, M.S. R.D.N., a registered dietitian nutritionist and senior manager of nutrition at WW. Pair any of the below with some fresh fruit for a serving of energizing carbs and nutrients.