Answer: Cook at home—
it doesn’t have to be hard. “Cooking at home puts you in control,” says E! News host Maria Menounos, who wrote “Opt for olive oil over butter, skim milk instead of heavy cream.” A few more of her recs: (1) Hit up the store for herbs and spices—they add flavor but not calories and won’t hurt your wallet. (2) Make meals with more veggies and lean protein and fewer simple carbs. (3) Keep a list of 10 ingredients you can mix and match for five different meals. Check out supercook.com to find recipes based on the ingredients you have on hand.