ACtually LDHAWKE, there's little evidence to support that idea.
"For awhile, nutrition experts hypothesized that the high cholesterol content of eggs raised blood cholesterol levels, which can increase a person's risk of heart disease. But this hypothesis was never proven. In fact, several studies have shown that the consumption of eggs is not associated with higher cholesterol levels but is associated with higher nutrient intake. "
And a few more links: eatthis.menshealth.com/node/186371 blog.zocdoc.com/are-egg-yolks-bad-for-you-
I'm not invalidating your personal experience, but a single case doesn't really disprove the science.
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 5/5/2013 (20:40)