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Egg Consumption Associated with Lower Risk of Type-2 Diabetes


A study conducted in Finland determined that middle-aged men consuming one egg per day had a lower incidence of Type 2 diabetes compared with a comparison group consuming two eggs per week. The Kuopio Ischemic Heart Disease Study followed subjects for 19 years. The investigation demonstrated that higher levels of serum tyrosine predicted the development of Type 2 diabetes and was associated with the low-egg intake group.