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Families that eat together may be the healthiest, new US study confirms
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23 April 2012
On 23 April 2012 Science Daily reported:
Researchers at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, recently reviewed scientific studies which found evidence about the numerous benefits to children associated with having frequent family meals -- including increased intake of fruits, vegetables, fibre, calcium-rich foods, and vitamins. Evidence also showed that the more a family ate together the less children consumed dietary components thought to be harmful to health.
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