2. HDL Cholesterol
Since we are still on the topic of cholesterol, it is only suitable to discuss the role of eggs in raising good cholesterol. Good cholesterol, also known as high-density lipoprotein (HDL) is known to have a cleansing effect within the blood vessels. This form of cholesterol gets its “good” name from the ability to extract harmful LDL and VLDL cholesterol molecules from the vessels, which are highly dangerous for stroke and heart attacks. With that said, some studies have shown great promise with eating two eggs daily. Some studies suggest two eggs every day for up to six weeks can help to increase HDL cholesterol by ten percent, which is important for health.