The nutrition plan is one of the most important and effective treatments for managing diabetes. The objective of diabetics was to control the blood sugar level and reduce the risk of diabetes-related complications. Eggs can be added as it is a nutrient-dense food in the diet but it has a concern due to their cholesterol and saturated fats which can contribute to cardiovascular risk. But it can be added in a moderate amount in the diet plan.
Eggs and Fats:
Eggs are nutritious food which contains high-quality protein, vitamins, and minerals. The nutritional drawback for including eggs in the diabetes diet is its high-fat content. A large egg contains 155mg of cholesterol and 1.2g of saturated fat.
Using Eggs into the diet:
The best option to limit fat intake is to consume egg whites alone instead of whole eggs. Egg Whites can be used for omelets or scrambled eggs and the yolk can be removed after boiling the egg. The whole eggs can be used occasionally in the diet. Or one small whole egg can be mixed with two large egg whites.
In the daily meal plan, the egg can be included by limiting the other cholesterol and saturated fat content foods. Exercising regularly also recommended in keeping a balanced fat level. Keeping the cholesterol level normal can reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.