Cracking open an eggcellent local study

BU’s recent study says egg-stra eggs are good.

A container of six brown eggs next to a metal whisk.

The average cost of eggs is $4.25 per carton in the US.

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A recent study by Boston University researchers has determined that eggs are egg-cellent for you. Let’s crack open the study results.

Data was whisked up from an analysis of over 2,300 adults, including participants from a Framingham Heart Study cohort, and found that eating five or more eggs a week could be connected to lower blood pressure, lower blood sugar, and lower risk of Type 2 diabetes.

If this sounds like egg-xactly what you want to hear, keep in mind that you’ll be shelling out more money since egg prices have increased ~60% compared to the year before.

Let us know where you are finding the best prices for eggs so we aren’t scrambling to find an affordable dozen.

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