Did you know…
- Whole eggs, yolk included, have 13 vitamins and minerals, high quality protein, and only 70 calories.
- Over 40 years of research indicates that most people can consume eggs regularly without an increase in heart disease risk.
Learn more about egg nutrition and let’s bust some cholesterol myths.
Date: October 30, 2012
Time: 8-9 p.m. ET / 5-6 p.m. Pacific
Prizes: There will be numerous prizes given away during the chat. You must be present to win.
RSVP: Not required, but please share your Twitter handle and/or blog in the comments section below so we can start following you.
Who should attend: All are welcome! We hope to have a lot of health experts on the chat, including dietitians, nutritionists, doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians assistants, trainers, and chiropractors. As the front line contact to our clients and patients, it’s essential that we are up-to-date on consumer concerns and the latest research.
Check out the video announcement for the chat.
- Make sure you have a Twitter account and handle. Sign up here: www.Twitter.com.
- Choose a platform where you can see only the tweets for the Egg Chat. My favorite is www.TweetChat.com All you do is login with your Twitter account and enter the hashtag #EggChat in the search box. You should see only the tweets with that hashtag.
- Sign on a few minutes before the chat starts on Oct 30th (8 p.m. ET, 5 p.m. Pacific).
- Participate by tweeting messages, replying to others on the chat, sending “re-tweets” etc.
- Prizes will be announced during the chat and winners will be drawn at random.
Feel free to post any questions about how to successfully participate in the chat in this blog’s comments section before 8 p.m. on Oct 30th.
See you there!