Bonadebi, if you eat small meals that contain some kind of protein throughout the day, you will be able to keep your blood sugar more balanced. I used to not eat breakfast, either, and I would pig out at lunch, etc. But I do eat breakfast now. I can't really stand anything sweet like doughnuts or cereal. I want protein. Even if you eat a boiled egg and a piece of whole-grain toast, it will help keep your blood sugar stable. If I work out in the morning, I will get up and have a smoothie with some plain yogurt, spinach, cranberries, strawberries, flaxseeds, chia seeds, and some molasses in it. It's about 12-16 ounces altogether. I drink it driving into town. (I have a 29-minute drive to work in the morning, and my gym is near my work.) Then after working out, I have a second breakfast -- just like the hobbits. It is something with protein because my muscles need protein to rebuild after exercise. So maybe I have a boiled egg and a piece of whole-grain toast or something along those lines. Then I eat lunch, then a snack, then dinner, then maybe a second snack. I eat the calories recommended on my tracker, but I spread them out over the day. I also tend to eat more proteins than recommended because I am insulin-resistant and don't really get into a lot of carbs. But my blood sugar stays pretty steady throughout the day and the nausea I used to get is non-existent unless there is really something wrong with me, such as a virus.
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