- By Claudio
Consuming foods high in protein not only has the benefit of increasing your protein intake, but it also increases your consumption of other nutrients. Fruits and vegetables tend to be high in fiber, vitamins and minerals. They are also naturally low in calories and fat, making them diet-friendly foods. To get a lot of protein from the following foods, you may need to consume larger quantities or have multiple servings throughout the day.
- By FOOD & WINE
Whether your go-to order is a simple omelet or a stack of pancakes, it’s easy to create a restaurant-worthy brunch spread at home. We’ve gathered some of our favorite recipes here, from sweet, flaky pain au chocolat to eggs benny toast, a spin on the classic eggs Benedict.