Wednesday, August 17, 2011


I love eggs.

I really really do. I eat them almost everyday and on weekends I love to experiment with them. They are usually my go to protein boost every morning after my workouts. Most of the time I only have the egg whites (cause I'm in a rush and want to just have a protein kick), but on weekends I love to have yolk and all. Recently I've gotten to cutting them up and putting them in my grits in the morning. Yum! Omelettes are a big deal in the Dubya house and strongly requested on Saturday mornings. Usually I use leftover fixings from the week... cut up onions, mushrooms, leftover spinach, and make either a veggie omelette which sometimes comes out like a fritatta.

We're serious about breakfast.

Eggs are a great source of protein but they also have wonderful other nutrients and benefits as well. Eggs contain a cartenoid content, specifically lutein that is beneficial to the eyes. They also contain a high quality of protein and 9 essential amino acids. The egg yolk has choline which is an important nutrient that helps to regulate the brain, nervous system, and cardiovascular systems. Eggs contain the good fat! Finally they have Vitamin D (very rare to find in naturally occurring foods) and promote healthy hair and nails because of the high amount of vitamins and minerals.

I've been approached by EggLand's Best to throw an Eggland's Best Plate Date!
This is a product I already love and purchase in my home so it was a no-brainer when they asked. The reason I love Eggland's Best is because remember all that nutritional stuff I just said above - well Eggland's Best eggs does that and MORE. Directly from their website:
  • All-natural, all-vegetarian feed that contains healthy grains, canola oil, and an all-natural supplement of rice bran, alfalfa, sea kelp and Vitamin E
  • 10 times more Vitamin E than ordinary eggs
  • Twice as much Vitamin D
    115mg of Omega 3,
    shown to be beneficial to cardiac health
  • 25% less Saturated Fat
  • 75% more Vitamin B12
  • Over 50% more Vitamin A
  • 15% more Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)
  • 200 mcg of Lutein, shown to contribute to eye health
  • 10% of the daily recommended intake of folic acid
So if you're in the Baton Rouge area ... I would like to invite you to the an “EB Plate Date” to get together and explore how to “eggs-pand” your breakfast repertoire on Saturday, August 20th 10:00am - 12:00pm.

People who eat breakfast get more fiber, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C, riboflavin, zinc, and iron compared to breakfast skippers. Also, studies show people do better in work and/or school when they eat breakfast, most likely because they can concentrate better. However, most children, adolescents, and adults skip breakfast on a regular basis.

This is a perfect opportunity to learn some new tips and try some easy breakfast recipes that you will love.

There will be plenty of food (brunch, mimosas and more!), freebies, and even door prizes!

Please reply below to let me know if you will be there! And follow my twitter as I'll be tweeting pics and info all about #EBPlateDate.

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