Egg-cellent news for most, but not those with diabetes

Published: July, 2008

The harmful effects of eggs were overblown, but the studies show that people with diabetes should still limit how many they eat.

They couldn't put Humpty Dumpty back together again, but after falling out of favor, the ordinary egg has made a remarkable comeback into nutritional good grace. There's one significant catch, though: study results continue to suggest that eggs are bad for the cardiovascular health of people with diabetes.

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