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Can you eat cholesterol-rich foods like eggs if you have diabetes?

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But can you eat eggs if you are living with type 2 diabetes?

New Delhi: Eggs are considered a superfood, providing a host of health benefits.

They are a great source of high-quality protein and healthy fat, which means they can be a great food to add to your weight loss diet.

But are eggs a healthy addition to your diet if you have type 2 diabetes?

But thanks to a fresh outlook in the medical fraternity and new scientific studies suggesting that this convenient and affordable high-quality protein source can be an excellent choice for people with diabetes.

There were concerns about the levels of cholesterol in egg yolks – primarily because of the fact that high total blood cholesterol is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease.

Diabetes tends to lower good cholesterol levels and raise bad cholesterol levels, increasing the risk of heart disease and stroke.

Read - Living with type 2 diabetes?

Drink THIS, not that to lower your blood sugar levels and manage weight Eggs are very nutritious and can be consumed as part of a healthy diet.

You can enjoy it as hard-boiled, scrambled, or however you want your eggs prepared.


Author: @DailyCupofYoga

Source: timesnownews.com

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