Monday’s Roundup: Hiking the Pacific Coast Trail, high-protein breakfasts, and the unexplored effects of egg donation

July 17, 2017 Kimberly Williams

Monday round up, July 17

Monday. So drab in comparison to all those cooler, more hip days. While those days are sitting around, basking in each other’s awesomeness (looking at you, Janis Ian), we’ll get you through today with some handpicked posts from around the web. Enjoy!

“I love my body—so why did the Pacific Crest Trail make me feel so bad about it?” This hiker’s powerful piece on what it’s like being the ‘fat girl’ on the trail.

Researchers conclude women who eat foods rich in vegetable proteinsuch as tofu, enriched pasta, nuts, and breakfast cereal—are at a lower risk of early menopause.

A list of 7 quick, high-protein breakfasts ... AKA 7 reasons to get out of bed in the morning.

Do egg donors face long-term risks? Dr. Jennifer Schneider weighs in on the unexplored effects of egg donation.

"I started feeling really sick about just throwing away all the food I ordered for the reception”. A bride canceled her wedding and decided to help the homeless instead.



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