I actually now eat more than I used to.
The cholesterol in eggs is good cholesterol and as eggs are one of my favourites, and my children have chickens so I get very fresh large eggs, I probably eat around 5 - 6 per week including using them in cooking.
Hmm... I seem to eat them in fits and bursts. I ate one yesterday and one the day before but hadn't had one for over a week before that. I hard boiled eight yesterday so the remaining four (HE ate three!) will be for sandwiches I think. I don't worry about eggs, I figure they are good protein and I couldn't eat enough to bother my heart as I have just found out it is in perfect nick with zero plaque. The cardiologist was so gleeful, it was hysterical. I was astonished, trust me. He told me to keep on doing whatever I am doing and eating whatever I am eating.
It varies. Sometimes I will have some for breakfast on a Sunday morning. Usually I use them in cooking. I have just made a zucchini slice which requires 5 eggs. Eggs are very good for you and I have no qualms about eating them.
Wow, once again the" eggsperts" have reversed what is good and what is not... I too eat eggs in bursts like Rice and always feel I'm not eating enough of them, I do forget to boil some for lunches but that is a good idea...
Like Rice and Brigi I eat eggs in fits and starts. I keep my own chooks and give away dozens of eggs frequently. My husband thinks we probably have the most expensive, as in cost to produce, eggs in Australia.My hens are free range, eat organic food and produce beautiful eggs.
I ate two eggs last night. If I had to average...maybe 4 a week..? I find they are an easy and nutritious food but I get a bit tired of eating them, having so many around.
I do sometimes have an omelette or scrambled egg for lunch. On Fridays I visit my mother in a nursing home & take my lunch with me, which is an egg & bacon sandwich. I've never not eaten an egg because I thought it had to much cholesterol!