Speaking from a non-high-performance athlete point of view: If you eat an egg daily, it is alright. Eating more than three eggs on a daily basis it is not quite the best idea.
On the other hand, if you are a high-performance athlete, you could eat as much as 4 or 5 eggs without worrying.
Final response: if you eat two eggs per day, accompanied with some intellectual and physical activity, you will not need to worry.
I am a young adult male and thankfully I have no health issues so I can get by with eating two eggs a day and I haven't felt any adverse effects. Of you are in the same situation maybe you would share the same experience.
Definitely ask a dietician or nutritionist!
However based on my experience and general knowledge from readings, eating a larger quantity of eggs isn’t bad for you. Eggs are an affordable and high source of protein, HDL “good cholesterol” and other nutrients. Unless you have a specific underlying health issue (Diabetes) eating a couple of eggs a day/weeks is a good for you. The quality of the food can also vary depending how you prepare it too. So give it some attention to what you’re eating with your eggs such as seasoning and oils because those ingredients can give a holistic view of your diet rather than just eggs.
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