What Happens If You Consume Two Eggs Daily. The cholesterol levels in eggs may be the main concern about eating two eggs every day. A medium-sized or large-sized egg yolk contains between 185 and 215 mg cholesterol. Recommendations from the American Heart Association outline cholesterol standards for Americans based on their current medical conditions. If your LDL cholesterol level is more than 100 mg, or you have been diagnosed with heart disease, you should only eat 200 mg cholesterol a day. If you do not have either of these conditions, you can have 100 mg more. Unfortunately, two eggs a day places your cholesterol levels beyond both recommended levels. You should limit your yolk intake to a maximum of four per week, recommends MedLinePlus.