Data on 718 children ages 9 to 17 showed those who ate meals at home had healthier diets and were less likely to be obese compared with those who did not. The Spanish researchers, reporting in Nutricion Hospitalaria, also found a connection between sedentary activities, such as watching TV or playing video games, and a higher BMI in children.
Eating meals at home curbs obesity risk in children
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