What’s For Dinner? More Than Turkey.

by | Dec 23, 2010 | Healthy Money Relationships

Families who eat more than four meals together weekly have children who perform better academically, are more responsible, have a lower rate of alcohol and drug abuse, and have healthier eating habits as adults. The research also finds these families are generally healthier and have stronger ties, deeper relationships, and better communication than families who don’t dine together often. 

Maybe enjoying Christmas dinner with your family should happen daily, rather than once a year?  You can read more in the column I wrote for Quizzlewire by clicking here.

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