It seems that Nanny's anti egg campaigns of the past, in which she warned us of the alleged dangers of the cholesterol content of eggs, were a load of bollocks.
A paper prepared by the British Nutrition Foundation states that the cholesterol in eggs has only a small, and clinically insignificant, effect on blood cholesterol.
In fact, the British Heart Foundation (BHF) revised its advice on egg consumption over two years ago and no longer suggests a maximum of three eggs a week.
The Food Standards Agency also says that most people have no reason to worry about the number of eggs they eat a week.
Therefore why did Nanny in the past tell us to eat less eggs?
Why does she insist on giving us advice based on dodgy "research"?
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