Can You Eat Eggs If You Have Diabetes?

Eggs are a diabetes-friendly food that can be included in a balanced diet. 

Eggs are low in carbs and unlikely to raise blood sugar in moderation 

Packed with protein, eggs provide essential amino acids for muscle building. 

Eggs contain vitamins A, D, choline, lutein, zeaxanthin, and potassium 

Despite cholesterol content, eggs may improve HDL (good) cholesterol levels. 

Egg whites are virtually fat- and cholesterol-free for those concerned. 

Replace carb-heavy breakfasts with omelets or egg dishes for better glucose control. 

Consult a dietitian for personalized recommendations on egg intake.