But in the U.S., guidelines recommend cholesterol be limited to less than 300 milligrams per day for healthy people -- and one egg has about 200 milligrams of cholesterol. Those guidelines also suggest that people with type 2 stick to less than four eggs per week.
Thereof, are eggs good for diabetics to eat?
If you have diabetes, you should limit egg consumption to three a week. If you only eat egg whites, you can feel comfortable eating more. Be careful though, about what you eat with your eggs. One relatively harmless and healthy egg can be made a little less healthy if it's fried in butter or unhealthy cooking oil.
What is the best breakfast bar for a diabetic?
The Best Snack Bars for People with Diabetes
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- Best Breakfast Bar: Nature Valley Cinnamon Brown Sugar Soft-Baked Oatmeal Squares.
- Best Carb Bar: Nature Valley Oats 'n Honey Crunchy Granola Bar.
- Best Protein Bar: Luna Chocolate Cupcake Bar.
- Best Sweet-and-Salty Bar: Kellogg's Special K Chocolatey Pretzel Cereal Bar.