1. Your HDL “good” cholesterol will go up
So much has been said about high cholesterol, and eggs being a negative factor in that occurrence. However, there is such a thing as good cholesterol, and eggs have plenty of it. In fact, several studies have found that a regular consumption of eggs will cause your HDL (High-density lipoprotein) to go up. This type of cholesterol is needed in your body to carry cholesterol from other parts of your body back to your liver so it can remove the bad cholesterol from your body.