About: Chantel Arsenault
Chantel has been with Safest Choice for two years and manages social media, digital communications and is the editor of this blog. Previous professional experience includes marketing and public relations. Chantel received a BS in Public Relations from Ball State University in 2007. She enjoys cooking, travel, being outdoors, and trying new restaurants in Chicago.
Recent Posts by Chantel Arsenault
Ever wonder why monounsaturated fats are considered good fats? Discover the health benefits.
Good fats in a healthy diet
How can you incorporate more good fats in your diet? Try our avocado smoothie recipe. Good fats + protein = nutritious pick-me-up. So drink to your health!Read More >
You can’t go wrong with chocolate and peppermint. The perfect combination of sweet and cool, this peppermint patties recipe is a fun holiday treat—and with Safest Choice™ Pasteurized Eggs, they are safe to eat. Go ahead and indulge!
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Written on 11/04/14 at 8:09 pm
Tags: Health & Wellness
Nature made a perfect food in the humble egg—replete with all the nutrients needed to nourish a young life. Eggs continue as the all-purpose, nutritious staple that works with any culinary style and any lifestyle.Egg Nutrition: Omega-3 and Omega-6
Did you know that eggs are a natural source of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids?
Eating omega-3s can reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease, lower your blood pressure, and probably relive symptoms of depression, Alzheimer’s disease, and rheumatoid arthritis, according to current research.
Some of the omega-6 fatty acids are thought to have an anti-inflammatory effect in the body. They may also reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Nutrition scientists emphasize keeping the two types of healthy fat inRead More >
This white chocolate candy corn blondie recipe is perfect for Halloween or Thanksgiving! Safest Choice™ Pasteurized Eggs give you a safe way to whip up all your favorite treats! Unlike regular eggs, they eliminate the Salmonella risk when you bake.
Check out this recipe (created by Laura of the blog, Pies and Plots) and others in our recipe center!Read More >
Written on 09/18/14 at 3:22 pm
Tags: in the kitchen
Ideally, that question sends images of fluffy pancakes, sizzling bacon, and sunny side up eggs dancing through your mind.
Unfortunately, for most of us, it only raises another question – “How much time have I got?” According to food and diet trend expert, Harry Balzer, 80% of Americans still eat breakfast at home, with 10% going out. Accounting for the final 10% are people who skip breakfast entirely. See the article on BBC >Eggs = protein at breakfast
The good news is that a quick breakfast doesn’t need to skimp on flavor or satisfaction. The best way to get both is to involve the versatile, protein-packed egg.
No wonder it remains a breakfast staple even as we have less time to eat what our mothers told us was the most important meal of theRead More >