Recorded Webinars and Other Videos

ENC-Funded Research Presented at the Experimental Biology Meeting in March 2015

Egg Nutrition Center is the science division of The American Egg Board headquartered in Park Ridge, Illinois. This 2-minute highlight video and the eight videos below this one reflect some of the ENC-funded research that was presented at the Experimental Biology meeting in March 2015.

ENC: Diane McKay, PhD, ‘Whole eggs enhance antioxidant activity’

Diane McKay, PhD, of Tufts University, recaps the research she presented at the Experimental Biology conference in March 2015 titled: “Whole eggs enhance antioxidant activity when combined with energy dense, cooked breakfast foods.” Produced by the Egg Nutrition Center, Park Ridge, Illinois.

ENC: Jamie Baum, PhD: ‘School feeding in Uganda’

Jamie Baum, PhD, from the University of Arkansas, recaps the research she presented at the Experimental Biology conference in March 2015 titled: “The effects of consuming eggs on the physical development of students participating in a school feeding program in Uganda: a pilot study.” Produced by the Egg Nutrition Center, Park Ridge, Illinois with associate producer Alaina Vivian.

 

ENC: Kevin Schalinske, PhD: ‘Preventing vitamin D deficiency’

Kevin Schalinske, PhD, of Iowa State University recaps the research he presented at the Experimental Biology conference in March 2015 titled: “Whole egg consumption completely prevents vitamin D deficiency in type 2 diabetic rats.” Produced by the Egg Nutrition Center, Park Ridge, Illinois with associate producer Alaina Vivian.

 

ENC: Heather Leidy, PhD, ‘Effects of protein on appetite control’

Heather Leidy, PhD, from the University of Missouri recaps the research she presented at the Experimental Biology conference in March titled: “The acute effects of protein quantity and distribution on appetite control, satiety, and food intake in overweight young women.” Produced by the Egg Nutrition Center.

 

ENC: Jamie Baum One, PhD, ‘Protein breakfast increases fat metabolism’

Jamie Baum, PhD, from the University of Arkansas, recaps the research she presented at the Experimental Biology conference in March 2015 titled: “A protein-based breakfast increases postprandial fat metabolism in overweight and obese children.” Produced by the Egg Nutrition Center, Park Ridge, Illinois with associate producer Alaina Vivian.

 

ENC: Christian Wright, Purdue U. on ‘Effects of protein on muscle composition’

Christian Wright, a doctoral student at Purdue University, recaps the research he presented at the Experimental Biology conference in March 2015 titled: “Effects of a high protein, high egg diet on muscle composition, metabolic health and systemic inflammation in overweight and obese, older adults.” Produced by the Egg Nutrition Center, Park Ridge, Illinois with Associate Producer Alaina Vivian.

 

ENC: Diane Mitchell, MS, RD, ‘Egg consumption in adult women’

Diane Mitchell, MS, RD, from Penn State University, recaps the research she presented at the Experimental Biology conference in March 2015 titled: “Egg consumption in adult women from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES 2007-2010). Produced by the Egg Nutrition Center, Park Ridge, Illinois.

 

ENC: Dave Ellis, RD, CSCS on ‘sleep deprivation’

Dave Ellis, RD, CSCS, attended the Experimental Biology conference in Boston in March 2015 and comments on “sleep deprivation” session. Dave is Ambassador at-large and Past-President of The Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietitians Assn. and currently serves as an advisor to Egg Nutrition Center. Produced by the Egg Nutrition Center, Park Ridge, Illinois.

 

 

Other Videos and Webinars

Webinar: Dietary Patterns for Cardiometabolic Health: Unscrambling the Guidance

This webinar discusses the important role that dietary patterns play in maintaining cardiometabolic health and preventing disease. Dr. Katz will review the latest research on macro-nutrient composition of the diet and address the evolution of dietary guidance and consumption patterns over the past several decades. This webinar is approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration(CDR) for 1 CPEU. In order to receive 1 credit of continuing education from CDR registered dietitians must view the video and complete this survey.

 

 

Webinar: The State of Cholesterol Science

In order to receive 1 credit of continuing education from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, registered dietitians must view this video from SCAN DPG’s webinar archive.

 

Carbohydrate and Saturated Fat: Emerging Research and New Schools of Thought

 

ENC Protein Webinar

 

Egg Video