Re: egg nutrition
agree with Girlygirly.
Eggs, anyway, do not at all "have the most cholesterol of any natural food." Not by a long shot.
Besides, they also contain some essential fats, and lecithin, which emulsifies fats and helps heart health, b vitamins and vit A--all of which help promote good blood fat balance, and heart health and all of which are in the yolk, and so on.
There is very little evidence that eggs affect blood cholesterol, especially ldl's, at all.
So, I eat the whole egg. I eat two or three every morning, in fact, and my cholesterol is under 140, and hdl/ldl ratio is fine. Depending on your own body chemistry you may find the same thing.
meanwhile, yes, the egg white is fat free and supplies very high quality protein.