With kids after school sports soon kicking into gear their energy and nutrients need are best replenished with a healthy dinner at home. Researchers from the University of Washington School of Public Health have been peeking into kitchens -- via interviews -- for years now. They've just published results showing people who cook at home more often are likely to eat a healthier overall diet. My idea of dinner goes back to the basics: lean protein, whole grains, vegetables and fruit. Kicking up the "basics" is what makes home cooked meals fun and nutrient rich. My fall 3 - week (sessions) program will feature the amazing results one gets from everyday ingredients - some of which may be new to you! Check it out Healthy Eating Live!