Guess what? You don't have to pay extra for an egg-white omelet anymore. Let a little yolk in, is basically what the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, which reports to the Health and Human Services and USDA secretaries, says in their latest report released on February 19. Newer research disproves the correlation between high amounts of dietary fat and high blood cholesterol. According to the report: "Previously, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommended that cholesterol intake be limited to no more than 300 mg/day. The 2015 DGAC will not bring forward this recommendation because available evidence shows no appreciable relationship between consumption of dietary cholesterol and serum (blood) cholesterol, consistent with the AHA/ACC (American Heart Association / American College of Cardiology) report. Cholesterol is not a nutrient of concern for overconsumption." However, they're still recommending a diet low in saturated fat, sodium and added sugars for optimum heart health, so you're not totally off the hook. Are you surprised by this change in guidelines? Tell us below.