Egg Nutrition Center Blog

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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.

Stay Informed, Stay Certified: Continuing Education Available from the Egg Nutrition Center

In an effort to keep health professionals updated on the latest in credible nutrition research, the Egg Nutrition Center (ENC) provides easy access to valuable continuing education opportunities. In fact, ENC is currently showcasing the two outstanding webinars highlighted below: Dietary Patterns for Cardiometabolic Health: Unscrambling the Guidance David Katz, MD Bringing together two hot topics in today’s food and...

Have an Egg-cellent Meatless Monday

Are you or your clients participating in Meatless Monday? It can be tricky for some individuals to redesign their plate and get a balanced, protein-rich meal. However, eggs pair well with many different foods, making it easy to create simple, affordable meals for any time of day. Idea # 1 Family Fun: Meatless Monday can be a great time to have breakfast...

Eggs and Diabetes: Increased Risk or Guilt by Association?

The Background The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (1) recommended limiting dietary cholesterol and specifically egg consumption for individuals with type 2 diabetes (T2D). The recommendation was based on epidemiology studies reporting positive statistical association of increased cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk for individuals with T2D who consumed 7 or more eggs each week. While the Dietary Guideline Committee cited the...

Food Patterns

The science of epidemiology is both a gold mine and a disaster for nutrition science. A quick look through the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition or simply scanning the news headlines and you find numerous new discoveries in nutrition health based on epidemiology studies. This research has uncovered many importance questions and led to multiple new lines of research. Unfortunately,...