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A new study has indicated that eggs don't affect cholesterol levels in a bad way for people that have Type 2 diabetes. The researchers discovered that eating a diet that is rich in eggs for three months can help to control appetite better and can also make people feel full longer. The results also suggest that eating two eggs every day, 6 days per week can be a part of a diet that is safe and healthy for people that have Type 2 diabetes. The research was done by Nicholas Fuller, PhD from the Boden Institute Clinical Trials Unit at the University of Sydney, Australia. The findings were presented to the European Association for the Study of Diabetes 2014.