After more than 50 years, American cholesterol recommendations are changing. Time to load up on eggs, lobster, and caviar!
Eggs florentine on brioche. Photo by Dani Lurie via Flickr
Throw that pale, flavorless egg white omelet in the garbage, because cholesterol, a former dietary bogeyman and component of many delicious foods, is coming off the blacklist. A U.S. government advisory panel that helps shape official federal nutrition guidelines is altering their future recommendations for dietary cholesterol intake, a break from what has been considered conventional medical wisdom for more than 50 years. The Washington Post reports: