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October 2015, University of Arkansas
High-protein breakfast may benefit weight control in children

This study indicates that breakfast macronutrient composition affects postprandial responses in both NW and OW children. A PRO increases postprandial EE and fat oxidation, reduces hunger, and increases satiety when compared with a carbohydrate-based breakfast.
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Earlier Press Releases

Aug 31, 2015, University of Arkansas
Look to Protein Breakfasts to Make a Dent in Child Obesity
A protein-based meal makes it more likely that kids — especially overweight ones — will burn more calories than those who eat a carbohydrate-based breakfast.

July 23, 2015, Texas Tech University
Researcher receives grant to study role of eggs in weight loss
Dr. Nik Dhurandhar, chairman of the Department of Nutritional Sciences, received a grant from the American Egg Board to study whether eating eggs for breakfast while on a diet can contribute to greater weight loss.

April 30, 2015, University of Missouri-Columbia
Busy Americans can reap health benefits by balancing protein intake throughout the day
MU researcher provides strategies for integrating more protein into diets

April 29, 2015, University of Missouri-Columbia
Prevent type 2 diabetes blood-sugar spikes by eating more protein for breakfast

March 2015 – Consuming Eggs with Raw Vegetables Increases Nutritive Value
Time Magazine,   Yahoo Health

February 2015 – Breakfast habits affect teens’ metabolic responses to protein-packed morning meals

January 2015 – Eggs and Coronary Disease – New Short-term Findings Suggest People with Heart Disease Can Safely Include Eggs in Their Diets

September 2014 – Study finds high protein diets lead to lower blood pressure

January 2014 – New Study Suggests Choline Recommendations During Pregnancy May Be Too Low

April 2013 – New Research Points to Benefits of Eggs, Even for Those at Cardiovascular Risk

March 2013 – Protein-Rich Foods Make More of Breakfast

August 2012 – A Diet High in Choline During Pregnancy May Mean Less Stress for Baby

May 2012 – Wake Up to Eggs: A Protein-Rich Egg Breakfast Can Act as Nature’s Appetite Suppressant

April 2012 – Egg Nutrition Research Reveals Positive Impact on Metabolic Syndrome and Satiety

February 2012 – Eggs Receive Great for You Seal from Walmart


November 2013 – Dietary Cholesterol & Heart Disease: Beyond the Traditional Lipil Panel JNP

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