Our expert says:
The fact that you do eat "in the morning" is adequate. As long as you do have some food after the long fast from supper to your morning meal to increase your blood sugar levels so that your brain can function properly, this should be adequate. Eating dried fruit and nuts is a low-GI meal which will see you through to lunch. If you do find that you get ravenous after eating high-GI carbs then you may suffer from low blood sugar (reactive hypoglycaemia), so if this ever becomes a problem discuss it with your medical dr who can do tests to determine if you do have hypoglycaemia.
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