For decades, dietary dogma has kept many people from eating eggs. Because egg yolks are rich in cholesterol, some scientists assumed that eating whole eggs would raise blood cholesterol and increase the risk for heart disease. This assumption was accepted without evidence.
People vary in their response to eggs, so it is important to monitor blood lipid levels. Those with diabetes should exercise particular caution, since studies suggest eggs do raise their risk for heart disease.
I am a retired professor, so what I did for a living for 40 years was talk. It's a paradox, because I suffered from stuttering, particularly the "block" type you get when you have to give a speech. I discovered a "cure" for it. I took B-complex vitamins each morning and sailed unimpeded through the day. At lecture time, I took a bit more and floated through my presentation fearlessly.
Thanks for sharing your unique approach. The only research we could find dates back to 1951, so it has not been well-studied. Nonetheless, B-complex vitamins are inexpensive and low risk. It's unlikely everyone will benefit, but it could be worth a try.
Joe Graedon is a pharmacologist, and Teresa Graedon is an expert in medical anthropology and nutrition. http://www.peoplespharmacy.com