Health & Wellness

April 18, 2015

Spring is here and after a long cold winter we’re all excited to get outside and get active. Spring is also a great time to do a little “spring cleaning” of our diets and get back to basics like healthy, delicious foods like Eggland’s Best. For many of us rethinking our diet can be a daunting task. The good news is Eggland’s Best fitness expert and National Fitness Hall of Famer, Cathe Friedrich is here to help you jumpstart your spring!

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April 18, 2015

Spring is a great time to do a little “spring cleaning” of our diets and get back to basics with healthy, delicious, fresh foods like Eggland’s Best. Eggland’s Best resident EGG-spert, Carla Birnberg’s approach to balancing nutrition and exercise is one that we all can embrace with L.O.V.E. (more…)

March 19, 2015

March celebrates National Nutrition Month, but at Eggland’s Best, we celebrate being the ONLY egg that can provide better nutrition and better taste every day. So does Eggland’s Best resident EGG-spert, Carla Birnberg. Carla’s approach to balancing nutrition and exercise is one that we all can embrace: eat well, choose the best foods & ingredients including EB, and enjoy them! (more…)

December 30, 2014

Some of the post popular New Year’s Resolutions include eating well, losing weight, exercising more. Out of the roughly 45% of Americans who make resolutions, less than half are still on track to maintain them after 6 months.*

Simply making small changes each day can help lead to big results over time. Eggland’s Best nutrition and fitness experts weighed in on some of the secrets to their success. Check out their top tip below: (more…)

October 13, 2014

New data has been released on the average retail cost of high-quality protein foods.  Those foods include reduced-fat milk, chicken breast, ground beef (90% lean), pork chops and beef round roast.  Based on average cost, serving size, and protein per serving, eggs rank at the top of the list with the lowest average cost per serving!*

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October 13, 2014

Choosing the right foods will help us get the vitamins we need each day.  Did you know that one Eggland’s Best egg has four times as much Vitamin D as ordinary eggs?  Each EB egg contains 120 IU (international units) of Vitamin D, compared to just 28 IU in an ordinary egg.* The National Institutes of Health recommend that children and adults, both male and female, receive 600 IU of Vitamin D daily.* *

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September 19, 2014

Tammy Lakatos Shames and Lyssie Lakatos, The Nutrition Twins®, are twin sisters and nationally recognized registered dietitians and personal trainers with 15 years of experience helping thousands to boost their energy naturally, get healthier, happier and into tip-top shape. (more…)

September 19, 2014

Eating nutritious foods and maintaining a regular exercise routine go hand-in-hand for a balanced and healthy lifestyle. Eggland’s Best eggs, rich in protein, lutein, Omega 3s and Vitamin E, are the perfect boost for working out and staying in great shape.

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September 19, 2014

Part of a Cholesterol-Conscious Diet

The decision to follow a cholesterol-conscious diet does not have to mean a big change in your life. To be successful, choose a balanced diet that includes foods that are low in fat and saturated fat and include plenty of fruits & vegetables, whole grains, and proteins including eggs, and lean cuts of meat and poultry. Following these guidelines may help to improve your overall cardiovascular health, as you work to avoid risk factors such as obesity, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, and diabetes. (more…)

August 19, 2014

After years of testing, Eggland’s Best is proud to announce that the calorie count for their large eggs has been reduced from 70 calories to 60 calories. 

“Three different outside labs were used to confirm the lower calorie content,” said Bart Slaugh, PhD, Director of Quality Assurance at Eggland’s Best. “The calorie count of EB eggs dropped ten calories, which correlates with a lower level of total fat and calories from fat.”

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