Eggs and the level of cholesterol
What people see in eggs as problematic is the high level of cholesterol. An egg has around 212 mg of cholesterol but this is half of your recommended daily amount. If you consume eggs that does not mean you will have a high cholesterol in your blood. Our liver produces cholesterol on daily basis so when we consume eggs it produces less. According to a study, around 70% of people who consume eggs will have no effect on the level of cholesterol.
Eggs increase the good HDL cholesterol thus reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke.