Most know that cooking meals from scratch is healthier than a diet high in processed foods. Times are changing and we’re spending less and less time in the kitchen compared to our parents and grandparents. This change has contributed to an increase in chronic disease with highly processed foods playing a key role in our declining health. For some, life has gotten in the way and cooking has not been re-prioritized accordingly. Busy work and life schedules can often lead to a grab, eat and go lifestyle. Other reasons include a lack of skills, education or a dislike for cooking. Preparing meals isn’t as easy as the drive-thru but there’s room to improve with some healthy foods and quick tips.