Egg Nutrition Center Blog

Posts in Eggs & Cardiometabolic Health

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.

What’s New in the World of Diabetes Research?

Today’s post comes from Amy Campbell, MS, RD, LDN, CDE. Campbell is a nationally-known dietitian, author, blogger and lecturer specializing in nutrition and diabetes management. As a certified diabetes educator, she was a diabetes educator and program manager at Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, MA for over 19 years. She is a contributing author to Diabetes Self-Management and Walgreens’ Diabetes...

Nutrition Research Presented at OMED 2014

ENC wrapped up our conference season this year at the Osteopathic Medical Conference and Exposition (OMED) from October 25-29, in Seattle, WA. We enjoyed interacting with osteopathic physicians and hearing more about interest in nutrition and health during the exhibit booth and during a product forum. The product forum, titled “Challenging Nutrition Dogma: New Research on Dietary Protein and Health,”...

Complexity of Individual Variability in Nutrition

Today’s post comes from the Summer Issue of the Nutrition Close-Up, ENC’s newsletter that provides information on current nutrition and research trends and upcoming presentations. Please visit eggnutritioncenter.org to access the current and previous issues of the Nutrition Close-Up. One size does not fit all when it comes to health. Be it diet, exercise, or prescription medications, what works wonderfully for one...

Applying the Latest Research: Increasing Protein to Benefit Blood Pressure

ENC likes to provide the opportunity for up and coming investigators to showcase their research. Today’s post comes from Justin Buendia, PhD candidate at Boston University School of Medicine (Graduate Medical Sciences division). Justin works in Dr. Lynn Moore’s nutritional epidemiology research unit in the Nutrition & Metabolism graduate program, where his doctoral work and dissertation are focused on the...

Another Look at the Low-Carbohydrate vs. Low-Fat Study

The media has been buzzing over the low-carbohydrate vs. low-fat headline that stemmed from a recent study in the Annals of Internal Medicine, so as discussed in earlier posts, let’s read beyond the headlines. The randomized, parallel group study looked at a low-carbohydrate vs. low-fat diet on body weight and CVD risk factors. Some positive attributes of this study were...