“People Who Regularly Consumed One Or More Eggs Per Day Increased Their Risk Of Diabetes By 60%”

Study:
Higher Egg Consumption Associated With Increased Risk Of Diabetes In Chinese Adults – China Health And Nutrition Survey, British Journal of Nutrition, 8 October 2020 Online

Press release:
Go (Over) Easy On The Eggs: ‘Egg-cess’ Consumption Linked To Diabetes, Eurekalert, 14 November 2020

People who regularly consumed one or more eggs per day increased their risk of diabetes by 60%.

This is the kind of result you see when the study is conducted outside of the US, away from the influence of the American Egg Board and the USDA.

Related:
Vegans Have Lower Fasting Glucose, Better Insulin Sensitivity, Lower Cholesterol, Higher Omega-3, Compared To Matched Omnivores

Another Study: Vegans Have Better Insulin Sensitivity (Than Both Vegetarians And Omnivores)

1 thought on ““People Who Regularly Consumed One Or More Eggs Per Day Increased Their Risk Of Diabetes By 60%”

  1. Pingback: The Link Between Eggs And Diabetes Is Not New | Fanatic Cook

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