If you’ve decided to commit to cooking more for yourself and your family, good for you! Doing so is one of the biggest things you can do to take control of your health, as it puts you in direct control of exactly what goes into your body. Research shows that you’ll be taking in fewer calories and less sodium than if you were relying on takeout or convenience meals. And, when you’re cooking for those you love, you inevitably work more vegetables onto the plate. To help you get started—and hopefully get hooked—we’ve done the meal planning for you and put together a 31-day calendar of easy meals.

Ann Taylor Pittman
December 17, 2016