Just listen to your body. Over time, you will develop the dietary plan that works for you. I think maybe 5% of folks in the forums and those who have read PB actually follow the "blueprint" 100%. I can handle dairy, legumes and rice, so I eat those in moderation (not so much the legumes, which I only touch less than a handful of times a year, but I definitely eat dairy and rice at least once a week). PB approved? Not really. Do I care? Definitely not!
If you have no allergy to eggs don't worry. If you don't know and want to find out, don't eat them for 2 weeks, then eat them for 2 weeks and see if there is a difference. If you are afraid that eating them every day will give you an allergy eventually, don't eat them every day. I think a lot of people don't realize they used to eat eggs every day before the PB. Eggs are usually in baked goods and egg products are in lots of processed foods.
#1 on this list is to eat beans:
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Posted by a worker bee, though, and no year ascribed.