Eating healthy can be challenging if you eat at restaurants most of the time. But if you learn the art of cooking, nothing can prevent you from eating a well-balanced and nutritious meal. In fact, studies have shown that eating home-cooked food is a healthy choice.
A 2014 research published in Public Health Nutrition discovered that people who frequently cook meals at home eat healthier and consume fewer calories than those who cook less. The investigation also suggests that those who cooked at home 6 to 7 nights a week also consumed fewer calories on occasions when they ate out.
Cooking is a talent that anyone can develop. Here are some of the top secrets to cooking and eating healthier.
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