Egg Nutrition Center Blog

Posts in Author: Guest Blogger

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.

Company Eggs Keep: Cooking with Winter Produce

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. Eggs and winter produce make a perfect pairing. That’s right, winter produce! These fruits and vegetables are seasonal between autumn and spring; they include citrus fruits, root andcruciferous vegetables...

Paradigm Shift in Management of Type 2 Diabetes

Today’s post comes from Dr. Donald Layman. Dr. Layman is the Director of Research at the Egg Nutrition Center and Professor Emeritus at the University of Illinois and a leading researcher studying dietary needs for protein and amino acids. A recent review by Dr. Acheson in the European Journal of Clinical Nutritionhighlights a paradigm shift in medical practice for management...

Fun Fact Friday: The Company Eggs Keep – It’s Up To You

Today’s post comes from Julie Rothenberg, a dietetic intern at Loyola University Chicago. She is also currently working towards her Master of Science degree in dietetics, which she plans to receive in May 2013. Julie has really been enjoying her rotation at the Egg Nutrition Center and states that her experience has enhanced her understanding of educating health professionals and...

Looking Through the Eyes of an ENC Intern: FNCE 2012

Tessa Adcock is a dietetic student at the University of Illinois at Chicago and has spent four weeks of her supervised practice with ENC. During the UIC graduate program, Tessa has served as a research assistant on a project with the Institute of Health Research and Policy at UIC involving school district student wellness policies. Tessa holds a Bachelor of Art...

Nutrition Guidelines for Type 2 Diabetes: Dispelling the “Myths and Mysteries”

Today’s post comes from Amy Campbell, MS, RD, LDN, CDE. Campbell is a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator at Joslin Diabetes Center. She is actively involved in education initiatives, both at Joslin and with the American Association of Diabetes Educators, the American Diabetes Association and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She has authored several books published by the...