5 Anti-Inflammatory Foods to Eat for Breakfast
Another reason to eat more eggs: They're an excellent source of vitamin D, and one study in the Journal of Inflammation found that healthy women who had low levels of vitamin D had higher levels of inflammatory markers. And we were thrilled to find this new way to enjoy them: fluffy, omelet-y mini muffins that can go in myriad directions. Start with simply whisked eggs and then add anything from crumbled feta, olives and red-pepper flakes to grated Parmesan, chopped scallions and diced tomatoes.
Get the recipe: Egg Muffins