Colorado Egg Producers



Include Eggs in New Year's Resolutions to Achieve Health Goals

Friday, January 6, 2012

New Year’s, a holiday symbolic for fresh beginnings, is a time for people around the world to reflect on the year and set goals for the future. A few of the most popular New Year’s resolutions are to eat healthier, exercise more and lose weight. Those who pursue these admirable feats can prime themselves for success by including one staple in their daily diets: eggs. Often overlooked as a powerhouse of nutrition, one egg provides essential nutrients and high quality protein necessary to help you achieve and maintain health goals year round.

“The nutrients in eggs provide vitamins and minerals that protect against chronic disease and also supply the quality protein necessary for muscle development,” said Terry Tormohlen, a Colorado egg farmer and member of the Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association. “If eaten for breakfast, they keep you alert all day and when enjoyed after a workout, they help build muscle mass. Additionally, buying eggs locally produced by CEP members ensures that you and your family are enjoying a safe and wholesome product. We encourage you to continue to support your Colorado egg farmers and buy local.”

Tis The Season For...Eggnog and Holiday Baking Courtesy of the Colorado Egg Producers Association

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

The holiday season is in full swing, which means lots of food, family and friends. And no holiday celebration is truly complete without everyone’s favorite holiday drink – eggnog! As one of the most versatile foods, eggs can be used to create delicious drinks, meals and holiday baking treats.

The Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association wants you to be at your best in the kitchen this holiday season. By using eggs locally produced in Colorado and following our fool-proof secrets to baking with eggs and at high altitudes, you will be sure to wow loved ones, neighbors, colleagues and even Old Saint Nick with delicious recipes you will be proud to serve.

“Incorporating locally produced eggs into your holiday baking makes for healthy and delicious treats,” said Derek Yancey, a Colorado egg farmer. “As Colorado egg farmers we are committed to the best possible care of our chickens, ensuring you get a safe and wholesome product you will be proud to serve to your loved ones.”

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