A recent study by Oregon State University reported that cooking at home is healthier than eating out.
*insert eye roll emoji here*
Of course, most of us already knew this. The thing is, though, while we ‘may’ have known this to be true, there was never actually any science behind it. Just plain old common sense.
So, they set out to examine 400 adults and their eating habits. They scored the adults on how healthy their overall diets were and surveyed how many homecooked meals they whipped up per week.
They found that the more homecooked meals, the healthier the diet.
Ready to improve your health and your culinary skills? Here are 5 delicious dinner recipes to get you started.
This meatloaf has all the soul-warming parts that make meatloaf a comfort food without any of the guilt. Packed with nuts, it provides a healthy dose of fats that protect both your brain and heart.
All the best ingredients of a taco put right into a heart-healthy sweet potato. Sweet potatoes brimming with vitamins, this version of a taco is actually good for you. Plus, sweet potatoes are the best.
Can you believe such a combination of flavors exists? Pineapple, chipotle, and salmon come together in this open-faced taco to deliver healthy fats and tons of flavor. Plus, it is served with guacamole, which I think is always worth mentioning.
This tricky recipe makes you feel like you are indulging in samosas but, in reality, you are eating a bowl full of vegetables.
Fish is a great dinner option because it is a healthy protein without the drawbacks that usually come with meat. This blackened fish taco bowl makes your fish dinner a whole lot more exciting with all the fresh ingredients.References
Health Day. URL Link. Retrieved May 2, 2017.