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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.

Family Matters: Family Health Month

Today’s post comes from our newest dietetic intern, Carla Schmitz.  Carla is a dietetic intern working on her MS in Human Nutrition through the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Coordinated Program. She will be eligible to sit for the RD exam in December of 2013, but in the meanwhile she will be spending a few weeks with ENC. Carla is a...

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...

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...

Happy Birthday, Julia Child!

It is always nice to honor someone who made an impact in the culinary world.  In honor of her day, I looked up a little about her thoughts on eggs.  Julia believed eggs should be chilled (just like food safety guidelines recommend).   Throughout the years Julia used eggs in a variety of ways. She of course baked with them but also  showed...