Some years ago, whole eggs were maligned in literature to the public and the medical community as being high in cholesterol and thus, harmful. Sadly, even today some hospitals still exclude whole eggs on their menus for cardiac patients.

The inaccurate theory was that they are high in cholesterol, and thus, eating them raises serum cholesterol levels and increases the risk of

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