Friday, May 29, 2009

Eggology Hardboiled Eggs Featured in Health Magazine

Did you know that Eggology is not just an egg white company? Eggology also has products such as Cool Cravings, a higher protein ice cream, and Nortons Naturals, protein snacks for our four-legged friends, and in March 2008 launched a new line of all natural hardboiled eggs! These hardboiled eggs became available in 2-packs at many of your favorite grocery and specialty stores. Vacuum-packed, they are already-peeled and come with a packet of salt and pepper.

Eggology is pleased to announce that the Hardboiled Egg 2-packs were selected by Health magazine as Best in Food in their Breakfast Category in the June 2009 issue. Health magazine declares:
For a lean, no-fuss breakfast, help yourself to an Eggology hard-boiled egg from the fridge – no cooking or peeling required. Each egg has 70 calories, 4 grams of fat and 6 grams of protein, and comes with salt and pepper
packets for quick seasoning. They taste really fresh, too

Thanks Health magazine! We couldn't agree more!

Check out Eggology's press page to see where else we've been featured!

Monday, May 25, 2009

Eggology featured in eHow: How to be a Healthy Host on Holiday Weekends

Hope you enjoyed your Memorial Day! We had an eggcellent time with friends and family and good food - healthy, fresh food that everyone can enjoy! featured "How to be a Healthy Host on a Holiday Weekend" and we honored their lead by featuring healthy recipes from Eggology's Recipe page! These recipes are easy to follow with common ingredients that are good for our bodies and, most importantly, tasty!

Our guests favorite of the evening was the California Tuna Burger - recipe below!

California Tuna Burger
Servings: 4

Notes: To serve, spread mayonnaise evenly on the bun tops and bottoms. Place lettuce, tomato, onion, and patties on bottom halves of buns; place tops on sandwiches.

2 tablespoons nonfat mayonnaise
2 tablespoons creamy mustard-mayonnaise blend
2 ounces Eggology fresh egg whites
2 (6-18 ounces) cans albacore tuna in water, drained and flaked
1/2 cup dry breadcrumbs, divided
1/4 cup chopped green onions
vegetable cooking spray
1/4 cup nonfat mayonnaise
4 (1.5 ounce) hamburger buns, split
4 lettuce leaves
4 slices tomato
4 slices sweet onion

Combine first 3 ingredients in a medium bowl; and stir well. Add tuna, 1/4 cup breadcrumbs, and green onions; stir well.

Divide mixture into 4 equal portions, shaping each into a 4-inch patty. Press the remaining breadcrumbs evenly onto both sides of patties.

Coat a large nonstick skillet with cooking spray; place over medium-high heat until hot. Add patties; cover and cook 3 minutes. Carefully turn patties over; cook, uncovered, for 3 minutes or until patties are golden.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Enjoy Your Egg Whites to the Max!

I am a fan of the popular TV show Dancing with the Stars. There! I said it for all of you to read. Last night I was elated to see Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson snag first place! She was great and it's hard to imagine that she is not even a legal adult (at 17 years old). Hooray for her! Reflecting on her gymnastics career, the drive she must have in her is admirable. Gymnasts are lean and muscular all at the same time and can do multiple somersaults in the air just with a running start. Curious, even though I knew the answer before my Google results popped up, I googled "gymnast nutrition egg white" and saw that the answer confirmed what I knew already. Many gymnasts stick to a lean, high protein, low carb nutrition plan and multiple sites and forums all suggested eating egg whites for one or more meals per day.

Eggology egg whites provide a convenient, easy and fresh way to get your dose of liquid egg whites every day! Here are some tips for you to enjoy your Eggology egg whites to their maximum!

  • Shake well - Gravity pulls the heavier part of the egg white to the bottom, leaving the watery part on top which will result in a foam-like consistency so shake it baby! Shaking the bottle serves the same purpose as beating an egg. Shake the bottle, even if you plan to whip the egg whites. You will also notice that your omelets will be more fluffy by doing so.

  • Omelets - When making an omelet, coat the pan with either a non-stick spray or olive oil. Always preheat the pan prior to pouring the egg whites – they will cook better!

  • Drinking Raw - Eggology egg whites are completely safe to drink raw, as it has been salmonella tested. For best assimilation of protein, always shake the bottle first. If you plan to make a protein drink, then it is best to stir or blend the drink for best protein absorption.

  • Whipping - Shake the bottle prior to pouring contents. Allow the egg whites to come up almost to room temperature, then whip to your heart's content.

  • Easiest Egg White Sandwich Ever - Pour ¾ an inch high of Eggology egg whites into rounded Tupperware type container that is the size of a piece of bread. Set the container lid on top, leaving space for air (do not affix lid). Cook in microwave for 75 seconds. View the now hardened egg white patty, and cook more if still watery. The egg white patty will pop right out, but use a spatula if necessary. *For the size of a muffin, use a coffee cup (no lid is necessary).

How do you enjoy your Eggology egg whites? We are always looking for recipes to share so email us or comment below!

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Eggology Egg White Recipe of the Day: Spinach & Orange Scramble

Looking for a healthy, refreshing breakfast with a little zest? Eggology's featured recipe - Spinach & Orange Eggwhite Scramble is simple and nutritious - great way to start your day!

3/4 cup Eggology egg whites
2 tablespoons tomato sauce
nonfat cooking spray
4 ounces fresh spinach, well washed and stems trimmed
dash of cayenne pepper
salt to taste
grated rind of one orange

Beat the Eggology egg whites until frothy, then blend in the tomato sauce.

Heat a skillet over a medium flame and spray with cooking spray.

Sauté the spinach until it is wilted and there is no liquid in the pan. Pour in the Eggology egg whites, season with cayenne pepper, and salt and cook slowly, stirring until thickened.

Sprinkle with grated orange rind and serve immediately.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Looking for a Leaner Body? Advice for Beginners Looking for Weightloss

In southern California, where I am located, the motivation to stay lean and fit is present everywhere! All I have to do is look around. When I take my child to school or when I am at the beach or out to dinner, I just have to look around to stay motivated to keep up with my own fitness program because almost everyone looks great! We are a beach town with mild weather year round and mountains nearby with great hiking trails which encourages people to get out and exercise (even if it is as simple as a leisurely walk after dinner).

And, of course, even in this town, there are people who are less motivated - or who have fallen into a rut and cannot seem to pull themselves out of it. Well, I am here to offer help!

One of my favorite go-to sites for all things having to do with fitness is states that their mission is: "To help our visitors reach their health, fitness and appearance goals through information, motivation and supplementation." features over 25,000 pages of fitness information, has a community of over 230,000 members to support you and keep you motivated, and has a store with 8,500 products (and super fast shipping!). If you haven't been there - then you need to go!

Wait! Before you start surfing's site, keep reading for tips on beginning your own weight loss program. This is from's article Beginner's Fatloss Program!

A simple program that's easy to follow! Here is a synopsis of their tips:
  • Set your goal!

  • Find what motivates you.
  • Re-evaluate your nutrition program! I love that they suggest starting slow - not going straight to chicken breasts, Eggology egg whites and protein shakes. Keep track of your calories and become more aware of your caloric intake and the quality of food (read the ingredients!).

  • After about two weeks, educate yourself on carbs, dietary proteins and fats!

  • Research supplements. Do you take a multivitamin? Interested in protein powder or fish oil? Are these for you and how will the benefit your body?

  • Don't forget the part about working out! Full body workout three days per week plus another two to three days of cardio and strength training.

  • Don't let your cardio stagnate. After a few weeks look into intervals and more!

  • After about three months - Congratulations! You are on it! Now take your training to the next level!

Read the whole article here, including cool videos and two full body workout programs! Thanks!

Monday, May 11, 2009

Eggology Hardboiled Eggs: all that they are cracked up to be!

Eggology's newest product, the hardboiled egg 2-pack, was recently featured in as a healthy lunch or snack that kids - and adults - would love. Nicely packaged and ready to eat (already peeled) complete with salt and pepper packets. A nutritious meal for any time of day.