I love eggs. Sometimes I get tired of them, but generally speaking I eat them pretty reliably for breakfast almost every day. Just this morning I had 2 eggs scrambled in some butter with a couple ounces of leftover chicken breast and a bit of feta cheese on top. Delicious!
Now that we get eggs in our weekly farm share, I enjoy them even more. Fresh eggs are fantastic.
A couple of years ago when I went to a nutritionist to try to figure out why I wasn't losing any weight (Spoiler: she didn't help) she looked horrified that I might eat 3-4 eggs per morning when I was swimming 2500-3000 yards before breakfast. I never could quite figure out why, other than a lingering fear that dietary cholesterol has anything to do with blood cholesterol. (She had other ideas that didn't quite add up in my mind.)
Well, I have news for that nutritionist. I had some blood work done recently and despite the whole needing to lose weight thing, all of my numbers are pretty great. Cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar - all good. If anyone has eaten enough eggs to impact cholesterol, it would be me over the last couple of years. So after my own unofficial n=1 experiment, I feel pretty safe in continuing to eat my eggs.