Families that eat together may be the healthiest, new evidence confirms -
"Indeed, over 40% of the typical American food budget is spent on eating out, with family meals often being relegated to holidays and special occasions. Aside from negative effects on the family budget, eating out has been shown to be generally associated with poor food choices and bad health. Of particular interest to public health experts is growing scientific evidence that fewer family meals may translate to increased obesity risk and poor nutritional status, especially among children." - Shevonne from Bookmarklet
We're the opposite, eating out is for special occasions. - Melly
I agree. Plus, as a child I always regarded those family meals the most valuable time together. - Stephan Planken from iPhone