People with diabetes struggle daily to keep their blood sugar levels in check--and to keep the weight off, since too much glucose in the system can trick the body into STORING fat instead of burning it. And we all know how bad too much body fat can be to your overall health.
But in a study done in rats, researchers discovered that eating an entire egg, yolk and all, can cut blood sugar and triglycerides, a type of fat found in the blood, by 50 percent. And that's not the only thing eggs can do.
Diabetics also have too little vitamin D. And that's bad for their health, too, as many studies have shown that people with low-levels of the sunshine vitamin are less likely to survive cancer, to have more severe cases of heart disease, and to develop Alzheimer's.
So eating eggs can also get vitamin D levels back to normal. And don't worry about raising your cholesterol levels when you eat eggs. This low-cost, high-protein food is good for your heart, not bad for it.
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