It's true that oxygen and heat effect the cholesterol in the yolk by oxidation. But, uncooked eggs whites are not ideal, half as bioavailable not to mention the chronic consumption of raw egg whites effect from the avidin - biotin connection. Scrambled is probably the worst case scenario. You have to keep in mind that the paleo diet has already improved most peoples lipid profile and eating scrambled eggs once in a while isn't any cause for alarm. I would be more worried about the people that have replaced whole milk with skim, where they used dried milk powder for viscosity and taste (otherwise people wouldn't touch skim Ibet.) which is loaded with oxidized cholesterol from the drying process to make milk powder. Eat your eggs any way you want, as long as you have enough sunny side up, poached, overeasy and soft boiled to offset the scrambled and hardboiled. imo
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