Working from home is no picnic—or at least, it isn’t supposed to be.
But for many newly remote employees, working steps away from a (now) fully stocked kitchen looks a lot like an all-day buffet. Social distancing could keep many of us indoors for weeks with larders full of bread, pasta and frozen pizza. Now is the time to establish healthy habits and avoid unhealthy ones. We asked top nutritionists and chefs for suggestions on how to cook, shop and snack smarter in the weeks ahead.
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SOURCE: The Wall Street Journal, Hilary Potkewitz