Diabetes Diet: This jowar medley is rich in fibre, protein and vitamins (representational image)
Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day, particularly so for those with erratic blood sugar levels. Those with low blood sugar may want to eat a healthy breakfast to prevent critically low levels of glucose in blood. The same goes for those with high blood sugar or hyperglycemia, as for them, eating a healthy and fulfilling breakfast may prevent unhealthy snacking. Millets are food grains that may help diabetics regulate blood sugar levels, due to the presence of high quality carbohydrates, fibre and high levels of protein in them. Millets also have a treasure trove of essential minerals and vitamins, which are important for the smooth functioning of body functions.