Last year (2016) the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services delivered the latest edition of Dietary Guidelines for Americans. There was a big surprise for traditional health care. Most notably, cholesterol limits disappeared. In their statement, “The Key Recommendation from the 2010 Dietary Guidelines to limit consumption of dietary cholesterol to 300 mg per day is not included in the 2015 edition… More research is needed regarding the dose-response relationship between dietary cholesterol and blood cholesterol levels. Adequate evidence is not available for a quantitative limit for dietary cholesterol specific to the Dietary Guidelines.”  In other words, no credible evidence exists for the reasoning and over use of statins.  
Non-conventionalists (those of us who understand the physiology of humans) are celebrating the change in stated policy. As often happens, the new guidelines, are not completely sympathetic to the updated change. Although this reform is a success for practitioners who understand the requirements for adequate cholesterol, the work will be to begin disassembling the engrained fear of cholesterol from the minds of many Americans.
The more rapidly we can institute change, we can address the issues this has contributed to.  Notably the contribution to diabetes