There are so many reasons to cook at home, it’s surprising that we aren’t all doing it daily.
Research finds that people who eat home-cooked meals on a regular basis tend to be happier and healthier and consume less sugar and processed foods, which can result in higher energy levels and better mental health.
Given all the benefits of home cooking, why aren’t we all cooking more for ourselves?
Some say time others say money. Whatever the reason it’s the key, to successfully winning the fight of confronting and combating the epidemic numbers of chronic diseases.
In time for you to fall in love with your kitchen and use it as the culinary wellness lab to nourish your cells with every single bite. Don’t give up when you make mistakes, just remember cooking is the holistic wellness tools for you getting and staying healthy.
Class is in session and it’s time to cook up some turnips and roast some chestnuts. Self-care starts in the kitchen, so let’s get veggie with it!
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