so even if it is a little healthier, (eg no cholesterol in your mayo) that is a start.
So, is mayo without cholesterol actually healthier? Since we now know that eating cholesterol has little effect on your cholesterol levels, this seems a specious claim.
And why eggs? Theyâ(TM)re not very sustainable,
Eggs are not inherently sustainable or unsustainable. They could be raising these chickens on some kind of bugs, maybe you could find some that will eat algae. Instead they're raising them on unsustainable feed crops. That is a problem. Many of our means of food production should change substantially if we hope for them to be sustainable. That's not an indictment against eggs, though.
theyâ(TM)re not especially safe
Well, unless you cook them. Pasteurizing counts.
Iâ(TM)m sorry, what are the nutritional benefits of mayonnaises made with eggs?
The same as the nutritional benefits of eggs themselves. They're made of a readily digestible protein.
I care about food a lot (you can tell if you've seen pictures of me) and the eggs in mayo are the absolute last of my worries. It's the oil, which is usually some GMO crap (which means it's been absolutely hosed down with chemicals) and then the oil is processed with hexane, not all of which is successfully removed from the final product. That's a way bigger concern than the eggs could ever be for anyone who is not allergic to them, and who has not invented a moral quandary over whether they should eat eggs like every other omnivore on the planet, including birds. You can bet your ass that if we laid eggs, chickens would eat them.