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Ever since the question “Did the chicken or the egg come first” was posed it seems that controversy and debate has always surrounded the egg. Just as a side note, it was the chicken that came first, just saying....
One week they are bad for you and the next they are good for you or some sort of mixture in between. Jokes aside, (but really, it was the chicken that came first) this debate around eggs seems to have stemmed from the supposed issue around cholesterol.
We are told that we should eat no more than 300mg of cholesterol per day (American Heart Association) With eggs containing about 185mg, it made sense that we were warned off eggs, right?
The problem is, just because we eat more cholesterol, does not mean our cholesterol goes up. We have since learnt that our bodies have a negative feedback loop when it comes to cholesterol. Fancy way of saying, when we eat more, our bodies produce less.
Aside from certain populations (diabetics and people with a family history of high cholesterol) it appears that consuming more eggs is NOT associated with heart disease or cholesterol problems.
At the end of the day, eggs are an incredible protein source and contain a huge amount of nutrients (calcium, iron, zinc, folate, B12) and all of the fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E)
So, should you ditch the egg? If you are a diabetic or have a family history of high cholesterol, maybe.... Otherwise, enjoy your eggs in a calorie controlled diet that suits your goals and reap the benefits from this nutrient, protein and vitamin packed product.
I hope this posts helps and as always drop your questions below