The more people cook at home, the healthier their diet, the fewer calories they consume and the less likely they are to be obese or develop type 2 diabetes. By providing easy-to-follow culinary instruction and education, physicians can help their patients improve the quality of food preparation at home.  American Medical Association senior writer, Sara Berg, recently wrote an article in their publication AMA Wire about this topic and a uniqe new approach for more physician-involved, nutrition-focused treatment.  Read the entire article here:

Nearly 40% of Americans eat fast food on a daily basis.  Recent federal data found that 90% of adults don’t eat enough fruits and vegetables, and obesity rates continue to tick upward. The popularity of fast and processed foods suggests that Americans may not always be following through on their intentions to eat healthier.  As this cook book indicates, this can potentially have adverse effects on mental health.  See the full article here: