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Dietary Intake of Phosphatidylcholine May Reduce Risk of Dementia, Study Says

Finland—Dietary intake of phosphatidylcholine is associated with enhanced cognitive performance and reduced risk of dementia, according to a new study from researchers at the...

Study: An Egg a Day Not Linked to Increased Risk of Stroke

Kuopio, Finland--A new study suggests that moderate intake of cholesterol from one egg a day is not associated with an increased risk of stroke,...

Study: Eggs for Breakfast Can Help Control Blood Sugar

British Columbia, Canada—A high-fat, low-carb breakfast (HFLC)—for instance, an omelet—can help those with type 2 diabetes (T2D) control their blood sugar, according to a...

Eggland’s Best Awarded Gold Medal Seal for Taste

Cedar Knolls, NJ—Eggland’s Best has once again been awarded “The American Masters of Taste” Gold Medal Seal from Chefs in America, according to a...

An Egg A Day (Might) Keep the Doctor Away

Finland—One egg every day may associate with a blood metabolite profile related to a lower risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a study...

Breakfast Frittata Recipe

*Serves 6-8 people Ingredients:  2 cups diced potato 1/2 cup sliced roasted red pepper Broccoli rabe 2 tbsp diced garlic Olive oil spray 1 tbsp ghee or butter (optional) 10 organic eggs 1...

Walmart Sued for Deceiving Consumers about Organic Eggs

Chicago, IL - A federal lawsuit claims Walmart has deceived customers who buy its Organic Marketside brand eggs, according to Reuters.  The suit, filed...

Challenges in Maintaining Integrity of USDA Organic Standard

With organic and natural food demands growing, more companies are trying to meet the certifications required to place desired labels onto their product to...

Eggland’s Best Eggs Again Honored With AVA Certification

The American Vegetarian Association (AVA) has awarded Eggland’s Best eggs for the 13th consecutive year with its Global Certification. Eggland’s Best Eggs is the...

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