It is often said that Sunday or Monday, eat eggs every day, but if you do this, be careful. Australian research has revealed that eating one egg daily increases the risk of type-2 diabetes by 60 percent. Researchers in Australia, in a research conducted on 8,545 Chinese youth, found that there is a positive correlation between eating more eggs and high blood sugar levels in the body.
Eggs are considered to be extremely useful and nutrient-rich worldwide. Not only this, it is promoted as a ‘healthy fast food’. This egg has now become a puzzle for those researching diabetes. Earlier research had said that eating eggs every day does not cause diabetes, but now in the latest research this claim has been reversed.
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According to the latest research, eating one egg daily poses a risk of you getting into a condition that often occurs when a person has too much sugar level. Researcher Ming Li of the University of South Australia said, “The relationship between diabetes and eggs is often debated, but the purpose of this research is to assess the risk of prolonged egg eating and diabetes for a human being.” Was. ‘