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Study participants were randomly assigned to either a low-egg diet (less than 2 eggs/week) or a diet that included 2 eggs/day for 6 days each week, over a three-month period. The study, by Fuller et al, and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that high egg consumption did not have an adverse effect on the lipid profile of people with Type 2 diabetes.