From Bernie, Missouri, USA:
I would like to know more about the meal planning for a 34 year old who has just been told that she has type 2 diabetes. Where would eggs go on that meal plan?
I hope you are in contact with a diabetes team and have had an individualized meal plan. Nowadays, this is standard practice.
Eggs count as a protein source, with one egg being the equivalent of one ounce of meat. If there is a problem with high blood cholesterol, the eggs may be limited, somewhat, so it is best to check with your diabetes team as to how often to include them, etc.
Original posting 11 Jan 2002
Posted to Meal Planning, Food and Diet
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