As soon as you   Small glass of unsweetened juice, or a piece get up:   of fruit.
Breakfast:   More fruit juice and a cooked breakfast, such as grilled bacon, fish, eggs, baked beans, cold ham, cheese, or any protein dish, plus mushrooms or tomatoes.
Also one slice of wholemeal bread, two crisp-breads, rice cakes etc. with butter or margarine. Alternatively, have whole oat porridge sweetened with a few sultanas; or muesli made from whole cereals, nuts, seeds (pumpkin, sunflower etc.); or plain yoghurt with fresh fruit and nuts (you could flavour this with spices such as cinnamon, ginger, crushed cardamom). Weak tea with milk if desired, or one cup of weak coffee.
Two hours after   A snack such as fruit, yoghurt, milk, cheese and breakfast:   biscuits.
Lunch:   Any protein dish, hot or cold, such as meat, fish, cheese, eggs, chicken, sardines, tuna, pilchards etc., or any dish made from lentils, beans or nuts.
All to be eaten with lots of salad or vegetables and 1 slice of wholemeal bread or 2 crispbreads.
Two and a half to Weak tea, milk with crispbread, cheese, pate
three hours after or low-sugar jelly lunch:
Half an hour Small glass of fruit juice. before dinner:
Dinner:   Same as lunch, plus fruit.
Supper:   Crispbreads, butter, cheese, pate, etc. Milk drink, weak tea, herb tea.
This might look like a lot of food, but remember there is no need to eat large quantities of each. Small and often is the rule.
General Points
• Don’t skip meals.
• Eat regularly.
• Avoid sugary foods and drinks.
• Avoid white flour.
• Cut down on caffeine, cigarettes and alcohol.
• Always have protein in your breakfast.
• Never eat a meal containing only starch (bread, cake, cereal).
If you want to learn more about blood sugar problems, read Low Blood Sugar (Hypoglycaemia) by Martin L. Budd (Thorsons).

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