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Many studies have evaluated the potential health benefits and consequences associated with eating eggs. Though there's still debate surrounding the topic, theMany studies have evaluated the potential health benefits and consequences associated with eating eggs. Though there’s still debate surrounding the topic, the general consensus is that eating…

Study finds eating too many eggs may pave the way for diabetes - SlashGear

A new study found that consumption of one or more eggs per day is linked to increased risk of diabetes by 60 percent.A new study found that consumption of one or more eggs per day is linked to increased risk of diabetes by 60 percent.

Australian researchers who studied a sample of 8,545 Chinese adults found a positively correlation between higher egg consumption and the risk of diabetes in Chinese adults.Australian researchers who studied a sample of 8,545 Chinese adults found a positively correlation between higher egg consumption and the risk of diabetes in Chinese adults.

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New research shows that excess egg consumption can increase your risk of diabetesNew research shows that excess egg consumption can increase your risk of diabetes

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Adults who eat over 50 grams, or more than one large egg per day, increase their risk of diabetes by 60 percent.Adults who eat over 50 grams, or more than one large egg per day, increase their risk of diabetes by 60 percent.

Eating too many eggs significantly increases diabetes risk, doctors warn - Study Finds

Experts suggest that eating eggs can raise your blood sugar levels abnormally, increasing your risk of diabetes. The following are some other ways in which excessive consumption of eggs can affect your health.Experts suggest that eating eggs can raise your blood sugar levels abnormally, increasing your risk of diabetes. The following are some other ways in which excessive consumption of eggs can affect your health.

Excess Egg Consumption Linked to 60% Higher Risk of Diabetes

Health experts say the rise of diabetes is a growing concern, especially in China where changes to the traditional Chinese diet are impacting health.Health experts say the rise of diabetes is a growing concern, especially in China where changes to the traditional Chinese diet are impacting health.

The study revealed that individuals who consumed one to two eggs every day (around 50 grams), spiked their risk of getting diabetes by a whopping 60 percent. The study revealed that individuals who consumed one to two eggs every day (around 50 grams), spiked their risk of getting diabetes by a whopping 60 percent.

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Excess egg consumption linked to diabetes: Study