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6 Bad Breakfasts for Blood Sugar

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Most people already know that giant sticky buns and shiny croissants and danishes are full of empty calories and fast acting carbs. You probably also know that pancakes, waffles, and most breakfast cereals do a number on your blood sugar as well.


But there are also plenty of breakfast foods out there that are believed by many to be "healthy" choices .... that really aren't. Take a look.

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Reviewed by Constance Brown-Riggs, MSEd, RD, CDE, CDN 11/13.

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