The skeptical cardiologist pointed out in 2013 that there was no good evidence supporting limiting dietary cholesterol to 300 mg per day. I exulted, therefore, in 2016 , when this long-standing dietary recommendation came out of the US dietary guidelines. Recognizing that dietary cholesterol doesn’t need to be limited means that eggs and egg yolks […]
For the majority of my adult life I’ve limited my egg consumption. In case you’ve not followed the science you might have missed the most recent studies on the connection between dietary cholesterol and heart disease.
Go ahead and eat those yolks.