Nutrition Unscrambled Blog

Literature Evaluation for Credible Communications

Jan, 23, 2015 Guest Blogger Uncategorized 0

Today’s post is an excerpt of an article originally published in the Fall 2014 edition of Nutrition Close-Up written by Kate Byers, MS, RDN. Kate is a nutrition communications consultant to the Egg Nutrition Center and writer. She publishes the blog Indulgent Wellness and contributes to the blog Smart Eating for Kids. Whether working with …

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Calling Student Writers for Nutrition Unscrambled

For those who are not that familiar with the Egg Nutrition Center or our offerings, our mission is to be a credible source of nutrition and health science information for health professionals, and  we take this very seriously. Through the research we fund, as well as the educational materials we produce, we strive to be …

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Can People with Heart Disease Start Eating Eggs Again?

For the past several decades, individuals with heart disease or at high risk for the development of heart disease have been advised to consume <200 mg/day of dietary cholesterol, whereas healthy adults are advised to consume <300 mg/day. Such recommendations are based on the assumption that dietary cholesterol produces harmful increases in blood cholesterol, which …

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Physiological Impacts of Protein and Effects on Weight Management

Dec, 30, 2014 Guest Blogger Research 0

ENC likes to provide the opportunity for up and coming investigators to showcase their research, and today’s post comes from a student of Jamie I. Baum, PhD, Assistant Professor of Nutrition at the University of Arkansas. Dallas Johnson is a graduate of the University of Arkansas receiving a B. S. in Biology. He now works as a …

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Economical Eggs One Answer to Vitamin D Deficiency

Today’s post comes from the Fall Issue of the Nutrition Close-Up, ENC’s newsletter that provides information on current nutrition and research trends and upcoming presentations. The post was authored by Yanni Papanikolaou, Vice President of Nutrition & Commercialization at Nutritional Strategies Inc. Nutritional Strategies Inc. is a scientific consulting firm specializing in developing evidence-based communications, conducting nutrition research, and …

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The Link Between Nutrition, Exercise and Muscle

Dec, 17, 2014 Guest Blogger Research 0

ENC likes to provide the opportunity for up and coming investigators to showcase their research, and today’s post comes from a student of Jamie I. Baum, PhD, Assistant Professor of Nutrition at the University of Arkansas. Brianna L. Neumann graduated from Truman State University with a bachelor of science in Exercise Science.  Her undergraduate research experience …

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Balancing a Holiday Food Budget While Keeping Healthy Eating a Priority

Today’s post comes from Karen Buch, RDN, LDN. Karen is widely recognized nutrition expert with broad experience in retail dietetics. She is owner and principal consultant at Nutrition Connections LLC  and Chair of the Supermarket/Retail Subgroup in the Food and Culinary Professionals Dietetic Practice Group in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. See more of her writing …

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The Rome Declaration Aims to Eradicate Malnutrition

Two weeks ago, I attended the Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) in Rome. The conference, which was jointly sponsored by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations and the World Health Organization (WHO), culminated in the acceptance of the Rome Declaration by most of the countries in the world. The Rome Declaration …

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What’s New in the World of Diabetes Research?

Today’s post comes from Amy Campbell, MS, RD, LDN, CDE. Campbell is a nationally-known dietitian, author, blogger and lecturer specializing in nutrition and diabetes management. As a certified diabetes educator, she was a diabetes educator and program manager at Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, MA for over 19 years. She is a contributing author to …

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Nutrition Research Presented at OMED 2014

ENC wrapped up our conference season this year at the Osteopathic Medical Conference and Exposition (OMED) from October 25-29, in Seattle, WA. We enjoyed interacting with osteopathic physicians and hearing more about interest in nutrition and health during the exhibit booth and during a product forum. The product forum, titled “Challenging Nutrition Dogma: New Research …

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