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Eggs are beloved by many people, in many cultures. So it was a pretty big downer when the nutrition police told everyone to stop eating them. High cholesterol and heart disease were on the line.

But eggs have since been exonerated. In 2015, one of the biggest headline-makers from the Dietary Guidelines for Americans was that we don’t need to worry about dietary cholesterol anymore. It was one big medical “never mind!” The original guidance to avoid eggs had been based on mostly short-term studies, from which the evidence wasn’t nearly as strong as that available in recent years. Back then,turned up everywhere, as did actual eggs, on pizza to salad, fried rice to avocado toast.

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