How the favored weekend meal can do your body good. 

By Hallie Gould
September 24, 2015

This article originally appeared on MIMI.

There is much to be said about brunch. Some think it's an annoying affect of gentrification and impracticality. In fact, the New York Times penned an article aptly titled, "Brunch is For Jerks," where the author outlined its pitfalls.

However, there are certainly upsides. Many, many people (myself included) can get behind brunch for the sheer fact that it's an opportunity to sleep in, catch up with friends, and take part in the ever-rare opportunity to order breakfast foods, lunch fare, and booze during the same meal. See what I mean? Upsides.

But, perhaps the most favorable aspects of brunching to your heart's desire are the beauty benefits. I spoke with a slew of doctors, nutritionists, and dermatologists to find out exactly how this magical meal can be good for both your insides and your outsides.


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