Egg Nutrition Center Blog

Posts in Year: 2013

ENC’s blog features articles on new research as well as recaps of meetings, reports, and other information related to eggs and health. Contact ENC if you are interested in writing an article on eggs for a guest post.

Lunch Prep Tips for Back to School

Today's post is a part two for Mary Donkersloot's tips on successful and tasty lunches for kids heading back to school. Yesterday we chatted about what foods I packed (and didn’t pack in my son’s lunch). Today, I’ll share more about how to make successful lunches. The first trick to a successful lunch is to find foods kids enjoy. The...

Packing Nutrients and Taste-Thoughts About Lunch Prep from a Mom/Dietitian

Today’s blog post comes from Mary Donkersloot, a registered dietitian and nutrition consultant with a private nutrition practice in Beverly Hills, California. Donkersloot has helped individuals dealing with diabetes, heart disease, weight management, and eating disorders for more than 20 years. She is also one of ENC’s Health Professional Advisors.  She will be bringing us a 2 part post about packing...

Setting Standards for the Science of Satiety

It’s well known that around the world, obesity rates are higher than they were in previous decades.  The pharmaceutical, fitness, food, and supplement industries have responded, commercializing a number of products and services to support weight loss efforts.  Satiety, in particular, has been a target across all of these industries.  Hunger and preoccupations with food are often cited as barriers...

Vitamin D: Sun, Skin & Food

It’s that time of year when the summer “glow” begins to fade as fall is right around the corner. With the days getting shorter and many people establishing new, busy routines for the school year, time spent outside starts to dwindle, so it’s important to remind clients about vitamin D intake. As we’ve discussed in a previous post, Vitamin D...

August is Family Fun Time

Our blog post comes from one of ENC’s Health Professional Advisors, Serena Ball, MS, RD. Serena is a registered dietitian and mother of four young children in St Louis. She blogs at www.TeaspoonOfSpice.com. While many families are now heading into ‘back to school’ mode – with all the adjustments to kids’ and parents’ schedules – that’s no reason to totally...