Studies support child-health benefits of regular family meals

04/24/2012 | United Press International

A review of 68 reports that studied the link between family meals and child health showed that they led to higher intakes of fruits and vegetables, fiber and foods high in calcium and vitamins, Rutgers University researchers reported at a nutrition conference. Data also showed that children who ate more family meals together consumed fewer unhealthy items, such as soda.

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