Eating Eggs Doesn't Increase Diabetes Risk

An egg a day most likely won't increase your likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.

Researchers did not see a significant association between an egg at breakfast and the development of type 2 diabetes in nearly 4,000 older men and women.

According to Reuters:

“While men in the top category of egg consumption, meaning they ate eggs almost daily, were at increased type 2 diabetes risk, this increase wasn't statistically significant, meaning it could have been due to chance ... the current investigation doesn't back any significant relationship between egg consumption and type 2 diabetes.”

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