U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee Recommends Eggs as a First Food for Babies and Toddlers

By: Mickey Rubin, PhD, Executive Director of American Egg Board’s Egg Nutrition CenterJuly 15, 2020 Today is an important day for the American diet and for eggs. In an historic first, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans Advisory Committee today issued recommendations for birth to 24 months old and specifically recommended eggs as an important first … Đọc tiếp U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee Recommends Eggs as a First Food for Babies and Toddlers

Choline Throughout the Life-Span – Egg Nutrition Center

By: Katie Hayes, RDN WHY IS CHOLINE IMPORTANT? Choline is an essential nutrient, meaning that we must consume adequate amounts in the diet to achieve optimal health. Unfortunately, most people do not consume enough choline. In fact, more than 90% of Americans (including approximately 90% of pregnant women) fail to meet the adequate intake.1 Many … Đọc tiếp Choline Throughout the Life-Span – Egg Nutrition Center

Eggs and Heart Health: A Review of the Latest Research and Reports

Nutrient-rich eggs are part of heart-healthy diet patterns, according to findings from leading researchers and health authorities By: Mickey Rubin, PhD In 2015, the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) removed dietary cholesterol from the list of nutrients of public health concern.1 Up until that point, there had historically been a limit of 300 milligrams per … Đọc tiếp Eggs and Heart Health: A Review of the Latest Research and Reports

Open Letter To The Ontario Legislature (Canada) — Egg Blog— Egg-Truth

Wednesday, June 17, 2020 Dear Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, “Psychology Today” published an article, dated June 16, 2020, by Marc Bekoff, Ph.D., professor emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and co-founder with Jane Goodall of Ethologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, regarding statements made by the Ontario Federation … Đọc tiếp Open Letter To The Ontario Legislature (Canada) — Egg Blog— Egg-Truth

Protein, fat, and phospholipids – more reasons to love eggs

By Jen Houchins PhD, RD For only 70 calories, eggs provide 6 grams of high-quality protein, which is 12% Daily Value (% DV) on the Nutrition Facts label.  The % DV accounts for both the amount of protein and is adjusted for protein quality (eggs have the highest protein quality score).1 Almost 60% of the … Đọc tiếp Protein, fat, and phospholipids – more reasons to love eggs

The Kerulos Center – Interview with Nigel Osborne

The Kerulos Center for Nonviolence is a teaching center and sanctuary. Their “School for Nature offers guidance and tools for learning how to live in peace and health in unity with Nature. The School builds on  over two decades of research and publications devoted to supporting Animal self-determination and dignity.” Their “Sanctuary and Wildlife Refuge … Đọc tiếp The Kerulos Center – Interview with Nigel Osborne

Dr. Crow’s Bird Show — Egg Blog— Egg-Truth

We all know the eggspression: What came first, the Chicken or the Egg? On today’s Bird Show (Apr. 7, 2020), Dr. Crow and Co-host Charlene are joined by Egg-Truth.com’s Nigel Osborne to discuss the origins of the Easter Egg. (Egg-rolling contest, anyone?) Then we’ll swoop in for a deeper look at backyard flocks and the … Đọc tiếp Dr. Crow’s Bird Show — Egg Blog— Egg-Truth

How to Incorporate Eggs into the Mediterranean Diet

By Natalie Rizzo, MS, RD The Egg Nutrition Center partnered with Natalie Rizzo, MS, RD to write this blog post. Although it has the word “diet” in the name, the Mediterranean Diet is a flexible style of eating that isn’t centered around weight loss. There aren’t any strict rules or calorie counting on the Mediterranean Diet, either. … Đọc tiếp How to Incorporate Eggs into the Mediterranean Diet

Addition, Not Subtraction to Best Support Clients

By: Angela Gomez, RDN Key messages Focusing on what can be added rather than reduced or eliminated, when it comes to behavior change, may help build a growth mind-set and build self-efficacy in the clients we work with. Supporting clients on their health journey by adding to the behaviors they are already engaged in is … Đọc tiếp Addition, Not Subtraction to Best Support Clients