The debate rages on whether eggs are good or bad for you. Personally, I love eggs! And now a new study is helping confirm eggs may be better for us than we know.
Researchers at the University of Eastern Finland have found that the consumption of one egg a day relates to a blood metabolite profile that is associated with a lower risk for type 2 diabetes and may have other health benefits.
The study follows up on a previous study that also showed a solid relationship between consuming eggs and lowering the risk of type 2 diabetes, but it also sheds light to identify exactly what's going on when an egg is metabolized in the body.
Now don't get too egg-cited, you like that, moderation is always key! The study subjects consumed just one egg a day. Keep in mind there are other studies which cite eggs for being problematic. Take for instance, eggs are extremely high in cholesterol. But Im willing to roll the dice a bit, so make mine a double egg, over medium, cooked in real butter!