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Skip the Fast Food and Eat At Home

Those who prepare food at home have a healthier diet, a study finds.

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A recent study from the University of Washington School of Public Health confirms that the more you prepare food at home, the healthier you’ll eat

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The results showed that those who ate at home three times a week scored an average of 67—out of 100—on the Healthy Eating Index scale, while those who cooked at home six times a week scored an average of 74 on the scale. Moral of the story: Skip the drive-thru.

 

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