So I went through some egg threads that popped up in the search, in hopes of getting some expert opinions on whether to consume yolks or not, or what yolk:white ratio to take it. All I got is conflicting opinions and an assload of irrelevant information. Perhaps someone can answer this question for me... Is it generally all right to consume 4-6 whole eggs (cooked/scrambled/whatever/not raw) a day? I mean, one yolk contains over half the daily cholesterol recommendation, but how does this apply to someone who is healthy and bulking on HST? That's the only thing I'm clueless on, the dietary cholesterol issue. Anyone help? It's 4am, so forgive me if I like, forgot words and what not.