One place that I knew sugar was hiding was in my breakfast cereal. As much as I would love a bowl of Fruity Pebbles each morning, I will go with a bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios or Raisin Bran 3 out of seven days a week. The other four days I have a couple of eggs and two Vans waffles. The key for having better mid morning blood sugars is eliminating those morning that I have cereal. Again the hidden sugars are no good, as the article says I will be having oats, fruit and a greek yogurt.
As with anything it will take a little while to get used to the change but I feel that i can control my urge to have cereal. The best part is that my blood sugars should be lower if I change my breakfast habits. That is what I love about diabetes, a change to how I eat won't just benefit me athletically it will also help my A1C. The diabetes, food, and workout relationship is a complex one but the more we work on it the better off we will be.