Eating Family Meals is Good For Your Kids Health

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By Molly Clifton

Having more family meals could lead to healthier diets for kids.

A new study in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health looked at more than 200 children across London.

It found the kids who always ate meals with their family at the table ate more fruits and vegetables on average than children who never ate with their families.

 

The World Health Organization says people should get five servings of fruit and vegetables daily for good health.




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