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Research shows the importance of families having meals together

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Internal Dynamics of Families

Research shows that adolescents who regularly eat meals with their parents are less likely to be overweight, possibly because they tend to eat more fruits, veggies and dairy products. But beyond just nutrition, it also helps parent-child relationships and leads to improved literacy and behavioral benefits. Find out more in Child Trends Connected at the table: The importance of family meals.

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