If this is the lowest hanging fruit on your wellness hit list it might be better to stop reading the internet and go for a walk.
The link between dietary cholesterol and blood cholesterol is pretty darn thin.... And more importantly the link between blood cholesterol and the how long you are going to survive with and/or without high cholesterol is even thinner.
Statins have made billions in profit but after becoming just about the most prescribed drugs in history they haven't been shown to provide significant extensions to lifespan. (oopsy).
There are definitely some common factors in metabolic syndrome that should be treated but it's not clear after a huge essentially free trial of statins in the public domain that blood cholesterol is one of them.
Arteriosclerosis appears to be caused by damage to the walls of the arteries and build up of scarring in many cases rather than "plaque buildup" commonly stated.
So in summary dietary cholesterol <> blood cholesterol <> going to die earlier.
It's going to even more crushing when it turns out bacon is the best pork product for the money and saturated fats turn out to be healthy when consumed in appropriate amounts.
I'll take mine with a splash of frank's hot sauce.