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Why cholesterol might not be as bad as you think

The advisory panel for nutrition guidelines in the US might drop its warning about eating cholesterol-heavy food, something Americans have been warned about for decades.

The US Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee has long warned about keeping cholesterol levels at or below 300 mg a day to prevent heart problems — that's about an egg and a half. But because of a new understanding of current evidence, that advice could change: a preliminary report from the group, issued in December, would take cholesterol off the list of nutrients of concern.

The advice is not final, although experts on the issue say they generally expect the government to follow the initial recommendations.…

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