Here’s food for thought: The more often you dine together as a family, the healthier and happier your children will be. The latest evidence of how powerful the simple act of sitting down to a family dinner can be comes from a Canadian study of more than 26,000 adolescents, ages 11 to 15, published in Journal of Adolescent Health.
With each additional family dinner per week, the researchers found that kids had fewer emotional and behavioral problems, better mental health, more trusting and helpful interactions with others, and greater overall satisfaction with life–regardless of the adolescents’ age, gender or the family’s income.
Here are more ways eating as a family enhances children’s health:
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