I was surprised to find out Japan leads in egg consumption. Japanese imported chickens that laid a lot of eggs and were encouraged to eat them for protein and nutrients post war to improve the health of citizens.
Meanwhile Americans went on a unscientific fear mongering of cholesterol rich foods.
Eggs are protein rich and high in choline which is good for the brain. Eggs are basically nature’s vitamins which a little bit of everything besides vitamin C. It’s something I eat everyday in my diet.
There is a strange fascination with eggs in Taiwan. Never saw any other place in the world where eggs are sold in so many different places and where you can even buy prepackaged ready-to-eat eggs in the supermarket
“A very unique thing about Korean Sauna Eggs is their egg white turns brown in color. You don’t need any special type of eggs to make them, just regular eggs It’s the special cooking process that turns the egg white brown!”
With all due respect I rather trust a multivariate scientific analysis than this overly simplistic argument. Probably the low rate of heart disease in Japan is really due to other factors such as a low rate of meat and high fish consumption and would be even lower if they also did not eat so many eggs.