How Eating at Home Can Save Your Life

In 1900, a whopping 98% of meals were eaten at home, but as of 2010, only 50% of meals were eaten at home. A recent study has found that people who frequently cook meals at home eat less fat, carbs and sugar than people who don't. In fact, this healthy trend is applicable even if you're not trying to lose weight. Best of all, the same study found that people who cook at home six or seven nights per week continue to eat healthy even when they decide to eat a meal out.

Eating at home doesn't just benefit you, it also benefits your kids. Studies have shown that kids who eat regular meals at home with their parents are significantly more likely to get good grades as well as refrain from dangerous activities such as drinking and smoking when compared to kids who don't eat at home with their families.

Changing the Future of Healthy Home Cooking

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