How to live longer: The secret to longevity? Study suggests the key is to cook at home


“These findings suggest that regularly eating home-cooked meals may confer benefits to diet and health,” said researchers.

Eating at home, they argued, could make it easier to adhere to healthy eating habits.

Consuming foods that are part of the DASH lifestyle, for example, is associated with “positive health indicators and lowered cardio-metabolic risk”.

The diet, which is low in sodium and saturated fat and rich in potassium, calcium, fiber, and protein, is shown to prevent high blood pressure.


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