A new report released by the US Department of Agriculture concludes that eggs have become a “healthy edible” item for your breakfast. Today’s eggs are 14% lower in cholesterol and have more vitamin D and it’s not genetic engineering. Apparently, it’s due to the improved quality of the feed given to hens. Department of Agriculture says that eating one egg a day fits well with dietary guidelines of limiting cholesterol consumption to 300 mg per day. An average large egg has 185 mg of cholesterol.