Eggs Lowering the Risk of Diabetes
A recent article stated a new study was done that consuming more eggs reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes. The original article explains a more in depth overview; type 2 diabetes are becoming more and more widespread throughout the world. A lack of exercise and proper nutrition increases a person’s risk of diabetes. But, egg consumption has been associated with lessening the risk of type 2 diabetes, as well as lowering glucose levels in the blood. An experiment was done with men eating four eggs per week and had a 37 percent chance lower of not getting type 2 diabetes, opposed to men eating just one or no eggs in the week. The results surprised Dr Jennifer Walden quite a bit. Although eggs do help in lowering the chances of type 2 diabetes, nutritionists on Wikipedia say that an overall healthy diet (whole foods, proteins, carbs, fruits and vegetables), and living a moderately active lifestyle will ultimately keep the risk of diabetes away from you.