The truth is that many can not resist a "fast food" from the outside. But it is well known that homemade is always the best.
According to research, homemade food is not only tastier but also has a protective effect on our health and many benefits for the body.
People who eat a lot of homemade meals are at a lower risk of developing chronic metabolic disease, diabetes, compared to people who eat mostly ready meals.
There is a worldwide tendency for meals not to come from home. Concerns arise that ready meals (eg fast food) provide too many calories but too few nutrients, thus contributing to weight gain. Excess weight is documented to be associated with an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes. However, little scientific research has focused on the role of homemade food in preventing diabetes and / or obesity.
The researchers concluded that those who ate homemade dinner 5-7 times a week were 15% less likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those who ate homemade dinner only twice a week or less. A further reduction in risk was observed for those who prepared more of the day's meals at home.