As a vegetarian, I monitor my protein intake pretty closely. I make sure to have Greek yogurt, milk, or eggs for breakfast, and I'm always topping my salads with hardboiled eggs, cheese, or beans.
Protein is one of those confusing topics. How much do you actually need? Is there an ideal time of day to get it, and is the veggie version just as good as the meat type?
The Biggest Protein Mistake You're Probably Making
Turns out you may not be eating enough protein. I investigated just how much you really do need in the October issue of Women's Heath. Catch the sneak peak here.
Amy's Recipe of the Week: Wild Blueberry & Pistachio No-Bake Brie
With tailgating season upon us, how about some healthy appetizers? You'll love my no-bake brie, which is ready in minutes and combines antioxidant-rich pistachios and wild blueberries. (And try more of my healthy recipes!)
The Highest Protein Cheeses, Ranked
I love a good piece of cheese, and so isn't it good news that cheese offers protein, calcium, and more?! I recently chatted with Men's Fitness about which cheeses offer the most health benefit.
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