A Breakfast with Manly Benefits – How and Why This Works

A Breakfast with Manly Benefits -- How and Why This Works


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A Breakfast with Manly Benefits – How and Why This Works

Many large studies show that high dairy intake is associated with lower risk of chronic disease.

A number of studies show that dairy products can be beneficial for type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome.

This study looked at the effect that milk with breakfast has on blood sugar throughout the rest of the day.

It also looked at the effect of the amount of milk protein on hunger later in the day and the effect of milk protein on appetite.

“The purpose of this work was to investigate the effect of total protein concentration on appetite ratings and subsequent food intake.”

Effect of milk protein intake and casein-to-whey ratio in breakfast meals on postprandial glucose, satiety ratings, and subsequent meal intake

This research was based out of the Department of Food Science, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada and published in the Journal of Dairy Science.

Milk contains about 3% of protein by weight.

Milk protein comes in two types: casein and whey.

“Whey and casein proteins differentially affect postprandial blood glucose.”

The researchers recruited 32 healthy men and women into this double-blind study.

In the morning, the participants ate cereal for breakfast.

With the cereal, they had either water, milk, modified-protein milk, or high-protein milk.

“Participants consumed milk with modified casein-to-whey protein ratios, or high protein concentration, or water – with oat-based breakfast cereal.”

Blood sugar was lower in participants who had milk with breakfast.

Every type of milk out-performed water with cereal.

“After breakfast, the mean change from baseline blood glucose was reduced with consumption of all milk treatments relative to control.”

Two hours later, the participants had pizza for lunch.

The researchers instructed the participants to eat as much pizza as they needed to feel full.

“Later the participants consumed a measured ad libitum pizza lunch.”

Then they tested their blood sugar and questioned them about their appetite – from 2 to 3 hours after eating pizza.

“Blood glucose determination and appetite assessment continued following the lunch meal to observe the second meal effect.”

The study found that high-protein milk led to decreased appetite.

“High-protein milk lowered blood glucose and post-lunch appetite.”

The scientists concluded that milk protein can prevent increases in blood sugar and appetite later in the day.

“High-carbohydrate breakfast meals with increased protein could be a dietary strategy for the attenuation of blood glucose and improved satiety ratings after the second meal.”

While normal milk seems to help blood sugar, the study showed that more milk protein has even more benefit.

Now, natural milk only contains about 3% protein and the high-protein milk used in this study was over 9% protein.

But this extra protein had to be added into the natural milk – and the processes used to create high-protein milk can leave problematic residues in the added protein.

So these high-protein milks may not be optimal for real life… But there are other options…

Low-fat cheeses or well-strained non-fat yogurt (Greek or skyr) may be better ways to add more dairy protein to breakfast and other meals.

Greek yogurt and its Icelandic cousin skyr are both above 10% protein by weight.

So they are like a natural equivalent of the protein used in this study.

Just make sure you find a well-strained brand because they’re lower in lactic acid.

Thicker yogurts are strained for longer – a good Greek or skyr yogurt should not run off a spoon easily.

Fruit may be a better source of carbohydrate than breakfast cereal in terms of keeping blood sugar under control.

A whole-fruit and dairy breakfast may help some people to balance their blood sugar better throughout the day.

You should pay attention to your actual blood sugar readings if you have problems, though.

And always consult a healthcare professional about treating and diagnosing health problems.

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