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The 5 Best High-Protein Breakfast Ideas on Pinterest—That Aren’t Eggs

The 5 Best High-Protein Breakfast Ideas on Pinterest—That Aren’t Eggs

Health
Breakfast can be a polarizing meal. You’ve got your bacon-egg-and-cheese on a roll people, your avocado toast millennials, your cereal regulars, and your smoothie bowl types. Some folks need only a couple of hard-boiled eggs to start their days, and some can’t live without a donut. Many of us, in fact, get stuck in a routine. My breakfast of choice is a yogurt-fruit smoothie, but I wanted to mix it up with some protein-forward breakfasts that don’t require turning on a stove (i.e.: no eggs). Upon learning that Pinterest was brimming with such ideas, I spent some time seeking inspiration, testing some of the most promising-looking recipes, and c...
8 Time-Saving Meal Prep Ideas Nutritionists Actually Use

8 Time-Saving Meal Prep Ideas Nutritionists Actually Use

Health
If you're trying to clean up your diet, preparing your own meals is key. But when you come home exhausted after a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is dice onions or wait around for a chicken to roast.  The way to avoid giving in and calling Seamless is to do your food prep ahead of time, say on Sunday, so you have all your ingredients ready to hit the microwave—or even better, a stash of pre-made meals ready to put on your plate. To help you organize your prep time, we reached out to five nutritionists for the easy tips they use in their own kitchens.RELATED: 10 Nutritionists and Health Editors Share What They Actually Eat for DessertChop a bunch of veggiesIf you're prepping meals just for yourself or one other person, it&nbs
Paid parental leave may be one of the few ideas that transcends politics

Paid parental leave may be one of the few ideas that transcends politics

Finance
YouTube CEO: Longer maternity leave keeps women at workTameka Henry takes care of her disabled husband, her 87-year-old grandfather and her four children, ages 10 to 16. Two of her kids have asthma. Her husband has a chronic intestinal condition, diabetes and congestive heart failure. He's unemployed. Henry, who makes around $ 30,000 a year as a case administrator for a behavioral health care provider, saves up sick days and vacation time to use when someone in the family is sick or needs help. Her husband, she said, often needs hours of daily care. "I haven't had a vacation in over 10 years," said Henry, who lives in Las Vegas. "But I know I'm lucky because my employer understands my situation and does give me some time off." The problem is that she can't afford to take much time off wi...