Key to Eating Healthy: Cook at Home

The verdict is in: people who cook more at home tend to eat healthier, and eat less fast food, according to a Johns Hopkins research study.

Adults, who reported they cooked dinner six or seven nights a week, consumed fewer carbohydrates, less sugar and less fat than adults, who only cooked once a week.

Cooking at home shouldn’t be complicated. Quick and healthy, home-cooked meals are better than most fast foods. The study reported that most people feel overwhelmed by cooking, and not sure where to start.

You can find many quick and easy meals to cook online. Below are links to several quick and healthy recipes, to get you started: