Tag: protein

9 November 2018 - 22:03, by , in News, Comments off
You might look at an egg and think, yep, that’s just an egg. You’ve got the shell, the white and the yolk. But there’s more than you might expect all wrapped up in that simple-looking treat. At Chino Valley Ranchers, we produce nutritious egg products because we know that eggs can be a great addition...
19 October 2018 - 17:40, by , in Egg Whites, News, Comments off
Alex Bukalo, an ACE-certified personal trainer and fitness nutrition specialist, recently shared how he gets his protein for the day using Chino Valley Ranchers’ Cage Free Liquid Egg Whites. He shared his unique method with a video link on his Instagram feed (@alexbukalofitness.)
12 October 2018 - 7:00, by , in News, Comments off
Eggs have always been an affordable and abundant source of high-quality protein and other essential nutrients. That’s why World Egg Day was established in 1996. It is celebrated across the globe on the second Friday of every October.
22 August 2018 - 19:39, by , in News, Recipes, Comments off
I’ve been making egg white oatmeal for years! When I started eating healthier about 6 years ago, I found a blueberry stovetop oatmeal recipe on Pinterest with egg whites in it. I thought it sounded weird at first, but decided to give it a try…..and to this day I have been adding egg whites to...
17 August 2018 - 16:27, by , in News, Comments off
When it comes to healthy eating, eggs have gotten a bad rap in the past. But over the years, more studies have emerged to support the importance of eggs in the diet. Specifically for athletes, eggs are an excellent source of protein and amino acids, which aid in recovery and makes them valuable to a...
9 March 2018 - 20:39, by , in News, Comments off
When most people think of a classic American breakfast, they might imagine a plate with a combination of bacon, pancakes, French toast, and sausage. Though, over the years, the traditional American breakfast has made a dramatic shift. Consumers have gravitated toward protein-rich breakfast alternatives.
16 February 2018 - 19:57, by , in News, Comments off
According to the USDA, 6.5 million children lived in food-insecure households throughout the United States in 2016. To combat this, many school-targeted interventions have been implemented to provide free or reduced lunches to underserved students. Now, educators are analyzing the types of foods that students consume and how they affect classroom behavior.