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Think about it like this: As your proportion of home-cooked meals increases, your number of fast food visits decreases. That's key, since USDA scientists found that people consume 500 extra calories on days they eat fast food. What's more, University of Minnesota researchers determined that consuming more ready-to-eat meals and more meals away from home might have a negative impact on your overall health. Not sure where to start? Try these 15 Simple Recipes for Weight Loss.
Bonus Tip: Summer may be coming to a close, but there's no reason to pack up the Weber just yet. Keep the charcoal burning this fall, and use these 4 Tips for Healthier Grilling to reduce griddle-derived carcinogens.