Let’s Get Cracking: Earth Month Recipes Using Pantry Staples

Kim Hoban, RDN, CDN, CPT The Egg Nutrition Center partnered with Kim Hoban, RDN, CDN, CPT to write this blog post. Each year around Earth Day, we try to focus on ways we can conserve resources, such as reducing food waste. Now as we experience a global pandemic, we are looking to conserve for additional … Đọc tiếp Let’s Get Cracking: Earth Month Recipes Using Pantry Staples

Welcome Spring With These Fabulous At-Home Easter Activities

Posted April 7, 2020 by NestFresh Spring has sprung and even though our NestFresh families are #StayingAtHome, there are plenty of ways to celebrate Easter with those closest to us. DIY Easter crafts and activities are a great way to bring a bit of springtime inspiration to your home. Embrace togetherness with these fun at-home … Đọc tiếp Welcome Spring With These Fabulous At-Home Easter Activities

Parental Feeding Practices and Child Nutrition

By: Jennifer Anderson, MSPH, RDN, LD  Key messages Nutrition in the first several years of life sets lifetime food preferences and eating practices Teaching parents how to implement appropriate feeding practices at home enables an environment where children learn to prefer unprocessed, nutrient-dense foods, such as eggs. Parents need to be educated about serving nutrient-dense … Đọc tiếp Parental Feeding Practices and Child Nutrition

Early introduction of eggs may reduce the risk of food allergy to egg

By: Jen Houchins, PhD According to a recent systematic review conducted for the USDA and the Department of Health and Human Services Pregnancy and Birth to 24 months project, “…there is evidence to suggest that introducing allergenic foods in the first year of life (>4 months) does not increase risk of food allergy or atopic … Đọc tiếp Early introduction of eggs may reduce the risk of food allergy to egg

New Harvard Study: Eggs Not Associated with Cardiovascular Risk

According to New Harvard Study: An Egg a Day Not Associated with Cardiovascular Disease Risk By: Mickey Rubin, PhD Mounting evidence continues to support the role of eggs in a heart-healthy diet. A new Harvard study updates findings first published over 20 years ago, and reinforces that eating eggs is not associated with cardiovascular disease. … Đọc tiếp New Harvard Study: Eggs Not Associated with Cardiovascular Risk