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Even when families have issues, eating together can improve teen diets
by Linda Carroll
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23 November 2018
On 23 November 2018 Reuters reported:
Teens whose families eat dinner together are more likely to make healthy food choices, even when kids and parents have issues with communicating and connecting emotionally, a new study finds. 'Many, many studies have looked at the benefit of family meals, and over and over they have found that this leads to adolescents eating more fruits and vegetables and less fast food and sugar-sweetened beverages,' said the study's lead author Kathryn Walton, who was a doctoral student at the University of Guelph, Canada, when she did the research.
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