How (and why) to increase the number of family meals at home

Children's Health, Marriage and Family Health, Nutritional Health, Obesity, Parenting
Family meals have long been an American tradition. During the past several decades, however, the American family has undergone radical changes—and family meals have changed at the same time. And as family meals have decreased, so has the physical, emotional, relational, and spiritual health of our children. (more…)
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For Kids’ Sake, Make Family Meals a Habit

Children's Health, Marriage and Family Health, Nutritional Health, Parenting
Listen up, kids. Sitting down to eat with your parents night after night might seem like a drag, but over the long run, it’ll be good for you, a new study says. Regular family meals improve diet quality during the transition from early to middle adolescence, researchers report. And a good diet could be habit forming and carry over into adulthood. More Information: (more…)
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