I was diagnosed with celiac / colitis a year before starting to eat primal.
(Pretty well cleared up now)
When I started, I heavily relied on eggs, and they are still one of my main protein sources. This may just be me, but I definitely notice that when I eat them now they digest oddly, and I sometimes feel a little red in the face / itchy. Very faint symptoms though. I hope one day to stop eating eggs for a period of time in hopes of avoiding a full intolerance.
I would definitely recommend trying to avoid eating too many eggs.
Episode 7 of Robb's podcast (http://robbwolf.com/category/podcasts/) discusses eggs and autoimmunity. Here's a similar question at MDA (http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread20299.html). I've never been diagnosed with an autoimmunity issues but have had my fair share of gut issues over the years. I find I do better without eggs. If I eat them, I usually only have two at the most and tend to do better if they are scrambled, well done.
I've been wondering the same thing. On my allergy test I came positive for egg whites, even though I don't have clear symptoms after eating them. I eat a lot, they are definitely a staple in my diet.
I think the easiest thing is to simply try to do egg fast and then reintroduce. I did it with dairy, was a month without any and reintroduced, with no negative consequences. I am planning on doing the same with eggs and see. It's gonna be hard, though!
I have celiac and I've noticed when I eat eggs that have been grain fed, I get red/itchy hive things, as well as an upset stomach. BUT, when I buy eggs that have the gluten free stamp on them, I'm totally fine-- same goes for chicken...
i had the redness in my face it made me slightly dizzy but nothing like brainfog. the max cholesterol you should have a day is 300mgs. i was eating about a dozen to fifteen. each egg hasb approx 200mgs of cholesterol i was taking in over 10x