The effect of egg consumption on cardiometabolic health outcomes: an umbrella review

  title={The effect of egg consumption on cardiometabolic health outcomes: an umbrella review},
  author={Eunice Mah and C-Y Oliver Chen and Deann J. Liska},
  journal={Public Health Nutrition},
  pages={935 - 955}
Abstract Objective: This umbrella review provides an overview of the consistency and gaps in the evidence base on eggs and cardiometabolic health. Design: PubMed, Web of Science, Cochrane Library, the Nutrition Evidence Systematic Review and Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality databases were screened for evidence-based reviews in English that assessed human studies on egg consumption and cardiometabolic outcomes. Results: Seven systematic reviews and fifteen meta-analyses were identified… Expand
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