So I’ve been a big fan of hard-boiled eggs since I’ve started eating 7-8 times a day. They travel easily, they’re tasty, and they’re cheap. But, according to www.nutritiondata.com, a single hard boiled egg contains 212 mg of cholesterol - which seems to me like an awful lot.
Am I looking at this wrong? Is cholesterol just established in my head as a negative? Could this be helped by not eating the yolk?