An good acceptable cold cereal for a PW diabetes

Anonymous
By Anonymous Latest Reply 2015-03-08 01:50:58 -0600
Started 2015-03-04 16:48:47 -0600

I have been eating regular hot oatmeal but just getting on the intolerable stage to face it in the am.
Any ideas on good for you cold cereal ?


6 replies

Fefe12
Fefe12 2015-03-08 01:50:58 -0600 Report

By the way. Try steel cut oats in the crockpot over nite. Add fresh fruit and it's ready when you get up. Change the fruit so it doesn't get boring. Just watch your serving sizes.

Fefe12
Fefe12 2015-03-08 01:47:26 -0600 Report

Yeah, don't eat it. Wouldn't give it to my kids. Bad stuff all around. Way too much sugar, doesn't fill you up, who really knows what crap they put in it. Vitimans, really? They say vitimans are good for you, but to watch where you buy them and who makes them. How do you know what they put in your cereal. Look for something better for you. You will miss it, but that will go away.

tabby9146
tabby9146 2015-03-05 13:51:37 -0600 Report

many can't have them, and I have found a few I can have. one of them is Cheerios and multigrain Cheerios, they supposedly have recently gone non-GMO too. I like some of the Cascadian Farm organic cereals, some raise me too much, some do not and I stay away from the ones that have too much granola, most of us need to do that. There are only a couple of Kashi cereals that I like and are okay with my numbers. trying to think of the others. there are not many at all, very few.

jayabee52
jayabee52 2015-03-05 07:16:30 -0600 Report

Howdy Anon
Unfortunately, I really haven't found a cold cereal which doesn't raise my BG (blood glucose) levels, not even those which have protein in them.

Here is a slideshow from Readers' Digest on breakfast. Some of the choices listed are less than diabetes friendly, but most of us can work around some ot the things which make them so. The slideshow begins here ~ http://www.rd.com/slideshows/high-protein-bre...

I pray you may find this helpful

James