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    The 2015 edition, as noted by The Washington Post, will mark perhaps the biggest change since the original 1977 advice by dropping the warning about cholesterol consumption. One of the six core goals since the 1970s has been to limit the intake of cholesterol to less than 300mg per day, however, the present Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) does not believe that cholesterol consumption is something we need to be worried about.

    Foods high in cholesterol – such as eggs, offal, and seafood – have long been considered contributors to the risk of heart disease, however, research seeking to establish any causative link between them and undesirable health outcomes has been equivocal.

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