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Articles September 2010 Issue

Eating Eggs Not Linked to Extra Diabetes Risk

Eating an occasional egg, even almost daily, probably won’t increase your risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a new study. Previous research has linked very high consumption of eggs—generally, seven or more eggs a week—to greater likelihood of developing diabetes. But researchers wanted to know if less-frequent egg eaters were also boosting their risk.

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