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21 April 2017

Cooking for your family after a hard day’s work can be difficult

Cooking for your family after a hard day’s work can be difficult. A recent US study has shown that income or education levels do not affect how frequently people order fast food and that those with larger families tend to cook at home more often. As Adam Drewnowski, one of the authors, explains, however, "by cooking more often at home, you have a better diet at no significant cost increase, while if you go out more, you have a less healthy diet at a higher cost".

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