Michelle Obama: Cooking at home has advantages
WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) — Michelle Obama said a new focus of her anti-childhood obesity effort will be to help people cook more of their meals at home.
The first lady said food prepared at home has less fat, sodium, cholesterol and calories than meals prepared in restaurants.
But Mrs. Obama also said too many people think they don’t have the time or the skills needed to cook for themselves.
But she said there are plenty of meals that can be whipped up in under 30 minutes and for less than the cost of a takeout meal.
The first lady spoke on Friday at a health summit in Washington, D.C.