High cholesterol has long been considered to be the number one enemy when it comes to metabolic conditions, such as high blood pressure and type-2 diabetes.
But a new Finnish study may have busted this myth.
In fact, high cholesterol may be your best friend when it comes to type-2 diabetes. You just have to manage it in the right way.
Eggs have been a controversial topic for a long time, with researchers first telling us that they are healthy, and then telling us that they should be avoided because of the high cholesterol content. Now, they seem to be telling us yet again that they are safe for consumption.
Finnish scientists from the University of Eastern Finland, Aalto University, and the Biocenter Kuopio have just published the study in the journal Molecular Nutrition & Food Research that shows that egg consumption is actually healthy if you wish to avoid diabetes.
Several of the team members had previously performed a study proving that people who ate one egg per day had a lower risk of developing type-2 diabetes later.
For that study, they analyzed the information collected by the Kuopio Ischemic Heart Disease Risk Factor Study in Eastern Finland, in which all the subjects were middle-aged men.
In the new study, they analyzed blood samples to see whether these resembled the blood profiles of people likely to get diabetes, or whether they contained elements of people with a small risk of developing it.
Through this analysis, they found that men who ate one egg per day had metabolites in their blood that are usually present in people with a lower risk of type-2 diabetes.
In fact, many of the metabolites found in the blood of these egg consumers were actually fats, but healthy ones.
But to reverse type-2 diabetes, eating eggs is not enough. Here are the 3 simple steps that thousands of readers have used to reverse their type-2 diabetes in 28 days or less…
And if you need to reduce your blood cholesterol, you just need to cut out this one ingredient, as explained here…