How to Hack Your Kitchen for Health
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Three easy in-home hacks to improve your health.
By Benjamin Spoer
Everyone (or at least those of us who haven’t given up wholesale) who doesn’t have a personal chef struggles to craft freshly cooked meals, but you can get a head start by setting up your kitchen properly. That can mean carving out a solid space to prep ingredients, cutting out canned foods to avoid BPA, or even taking a hard look at the size of your dinner plates. (Tip No. 1: Just because your plate still has more room doesn’t mean you should jam more cheesy potatoes on there.) Our point: Little tweaks may help you reach your health goals without you having to think much about it. Because the only thing worse than cooking after work is thinking about it.
- Benjamin Spoer, Benjamin Spoer is a Ph.D. student at NYU's Global Institute of Public Health obsessed with urbanism, obesity and community health. He considers himself one of the top three influential redheads in history, along with Thomas Jefferson and Carrot Top. After entering the world in a back alley in Hong Kong, he's now exiled to Harlem, where he finds solace in running long distances and baking pies. Follow Benjamin Spoer on TwitterContact Benjamin Spoer