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“People say they don’t have time to cook, yet in the last few years we have found an extra two hours a day for the Internet.” After many studies being performed, family dinners, which were once a dying tradition, are beginning to return. (Time Magazine, 3) Family dinners have been proven to be very beneficial and help provide children with confidence and skills they need in their life. It is important for parents to encourage family dinners in their homes. When family dinners are frequently held in homes it will increase a child’s nutrition, education, communication and relationships, and their likeliness not to become implicated in drugs and alcohol.
Many studies have established that having regular family dinners together encourages wholesome foods. A family tends to consume more fruits and vegetables and less fried foods when they make eating together a priority. Soda and food high in trans-fat are also more liable to be avoided. Professor Hammons explains, “We…know that families that sit down together are less likely to eat high-caloric food.” A family meal supplies a g…
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