To Lose Weight and Reduce Diabetes Risk, Have a Good Breakfast
Research: To Lose Weight and Reduce Diabetes Risk, Have a Good Breakfast
It has been established that eating breakfast correlates with weight loss success. People who skip breakfast tend to eat more later.
Now research suggests another advantage to consistently eating breakfast: a reduced risk of Type 2 diabetes1.
There is a link between weight loss and Type 2 diabetes as well. Research indicates that losing just 5% of your weight may help reduce the need for diabetes medications with Type 2 diabetes.
How to have a good breakfast when you are always in a hurry and don’t really want to cook anyway?
UNJURY® Protein is the ideal answer. You can make a shake the night before, and have it in the morning. You can even take the shake with you and have it in the car if you don’t have 60 seconds before you leave.
If you have a few minutes, UNJURY Chocolate and Vanilla are great in coffee (not super hot), or in instant oatmeal. The recipe for UNJURY High Protein Oatmeal is at the very bottom of this email.
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Note that the study was conducted among men, but we believe that the results are representative for the general population.
UNJURY® High Protein Oatmeal
UNJURY Oatmeal (Instant Oatmeal Packet):
1 Pack Instant Oatmeal1
2/3 cup water (or milk)2
1 scoop or packet of Chocolate, Vanilla, or Unflavored UNJURY3
Empty 1 packet of instant oats into a microwave-safe bowl.
Add 2/3 cup water (or milk) and stir. Heat in microwave 1-2 minutes or until cereal begins to thicken.
Carefully remove from microwave and allow to cool for 30 seconds (~ 140 degrees).
Stir in 1 scoop or packet of UNJURY.
Nutrition Facts Per Serving:
24 grams protein
19 grams carbohydrate
0 grams sugar
1 Nutrition facts are based on instant oatmeal packets. Other types such as steel cut oats and old fashioned oats may be substituted. Be sure to follow product instructions for preparation.
2 Nutrition facts are based on water. Skim milk, soy milk, almond milk, lactaid or your favorite milk product may also be substituted
3 Nutrition facts are based on Unflavored UNJURY