When I was 19-20 years old I used to eat about 8-15 eggs every day. I always brought a big bottle with raw eggs and milk that I was drinking during the day, every 3 hour. However at the annual health check my cholesterol came out very low, and it is still very low. So either I am a tail event, or the yolk cholesterol theory is flawed? >>No one has ever demonstrated a link between eating cholesterol (animal fat) and cholesterol levels. While it might sound like common sense that the two are related, it really isn't. Any animal fat you eat is broken down into basic constituents, any cholesterol in your blood is manufactured by your body.It is true that people who get a high proportion of their calories from fat and don't engage in regular vigorous physical activity tend to have high cholesterol and associated health problems, even if they are not overweight. But that's not a controlled study. There's a whole range of nutritional and lifestyle defects that go together there.The current thinking is the ratio of low density lipoproteins ("good" cholesterol) to high density lipoproteins is a better predictor of heart health than either measurement individually. But that could change. Moreover, egg whites contain potent cholesterol lowering factors. They're a great source of protein and good nourishment to poor people, especially where refrigeration is unreliable and meat is either too expensive or poor quality.