How To Create The Healthiest Kitchen Ever

Article by Margaux Lushing – Forbes Magazine


“Maybe those influencers posting food shots in perfect, new kitchenscapes and fridge selfies full of produce are onto something. A recent study by Houzz found that new kitchens actually lead to healthier lifestyles. The survey of more than 2,700 U.S. homeowners using Houzz who are in the midst of, or recently completed a kitchen renovation project revealed that a third of kitchen updaters report a healthier lifestyle post-renovation (33%). Even small tweaks to the kitchen can result in a healthier 2019, like changing paint colors or upgrading dinnerware. While a full kitchen overhaul might be too big of an endeavor to tackle in a weekend, here are some easy ways to healthify your kitchen space, from paint to platters to easy nutrition hacks.”


Healthify your cooking tools

“Air fryers are having a moment on Instagram for a good reason. These oil-free fryers make it easy to cook crunchy, satiating foods with the feel of fried, but without the bad fats and messiness.

Similarly, the new StacKEN by Kenyon cookware line is made with a proprietary Vapor®technology that makes it possible to cook without oils or butter. The stackability of each pot and pan in the line means less space is required for storage – perfect for smaller kitchen spaces.”


Click here for the full article on Forbes for a healthier 2019!



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