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    Drop that spoon! The truth about breakfast cereals

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    Post by mo1905 on Thu Apr 30 2015, 18:52

    Very crafty PR work by the food manufacturers and the power of TV advertising. We were brainwashed into thinking a great natural product like eggs were to be avoided at breakfast and to start eating all these "nutritious" cereals lol ! How gullible we all are !


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    Post by graham64 on Thu Apr 30 2015, 22:15

    Ditch the cereals and opt for a high protein breakfast

    Prevent type 2 diabetes blood-sugar spikes by eating more protein for breakfast, experts say

    Individuals with type 2 diabetes have difficulty regulating their glucose -- or blood sugar -- levels, particularly after meals. Now, researchers have found that type 2 diabetics can eat more protein at breakfast to help reduce glucose spikes at both breakfast and lunch.

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/


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