Why you should care
Three easy in-home hacks to improve your health.
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.