New Resources for Nutrition Educators Handout| Volume 52, ISSUE 8, P825, August 2020

Eat Together, Eat Better

      This single-page handout encourages families to eat together and emphasizes the importance of family meals not only for improved nutritional intakes but also for the social well-being of the adults and children in the family. Today's hectic lifestyles make it important for families to schedule mealtimes, plan menus and get children involved in food preparation, shop for food, set the table, and eat together to share daily conversations of positive happenings.
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