Regular consumption of eggs reduces the risk of diabetes type II diabetes in men. This is the conclusion of scientists from the University of Eastern Finland during large-scale 20-year study.
Observed 2230 volunteers aged 42-60 years. Over 20 years of research 430 people sick with diabetes of the second type. In the analysis of information on lifestyle and nutrition scientists noticed that eating 4 eggs a week reduced the risk of diabetes by 37% compared with people who consumed no more than two eggs a week.
Earlier studies, suggest otherwise: eggs increase the risk of diabetes. However, the Finnish scientists believe that in previous scientific work does not account for the way of life: the presence of harmful habits, inactivity, excess processed meats in your diet.