Women's Health

Power Your Day the Right Way

Your attention, please. We’d like to present that oft-overlooked farm and fridge staple, the humble egg, with the MVP (Most Versatile Protein) award. “Eggs offer a significant amount of muscle-repairing protein,” says Amanda Baker Lemein, RD, a nutritionist in Chicago. Six grams of protein per egg, to be exact. But the part that locks in their winner-winner--dinner status? Eggs are one of the easiest foods to cook. (Seriously, we could whip up an egg dish while blindfolded, although we

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