The Link Between Eggs And Diabetes Is Not New

I was going to tack this on to my last post but decided it deserved its own. It’s not a new study, but it shows that the association is not new.

Egg Consumption And The Risk Of Diabetes In Adults, Jiangsu, China, Applied Nutritional Investigation, February 2011

After the adjustment for age, total calorie intake, education, smoking, family history of diabetes, and sedentary activity, egg consumption was significantly and positively associated with diabetes risk, particularly in women.

In addition, plasma triglyceride and total cholesterol levels were significantly higher in women who consumed ≥2 eggs/wk than those who consumed eggs less often.

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