The latest research from the American Academy of Pediatrics lists family dinner as one of the key strategy people can use to prevent obesity and eating disorders among adolescence.
The report of this study says that eating family dinner together seven or more times per week leads to consuming one serving of fruits and vegetables per day compared to families who had no meals together.
Another research suggests that people who eat mostly home-cooked meals not only eat healthier but also consume nearly 135 fewer calories per day on average compared to people who don’t cook their own meals.
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