Eating family meals together increases intakes of fruit and vegetables.
Eating the evening meal as a family has been shown to increase the intake of fruits and vegetables, which provide a variety of nutrients and dietary fiber. Families who eat dinner together tend to have a higher consumption of eating the recommended intake of fruit and vegetables. Studies have also shown that families who eat dinner together tend to eat fewer fried foods and drink less soda.
PositiveTip: Eat meals together as a family. It is healthier for everyone!