Feeding Children and Families
Children who eat with their families get much more than nutrients from their meals.
The data is clear. Family meals are so important to child development and academic success that putting a meal on the table and eating with their child just may be the most important aspect of parenting. Meals not only nourish growing bodies but also nurture growing minds.
Parents feel the pressure. The nutrition bar is set so high that making a good meal seems daunting. With less time and more commitments, family meals are likely to get short shrift.The articles on the topic of Feeding Children and Families will interpret research on this important subject and give you ideas on making meals more possible. Let us know what you think and what you need.
Children--and some adults--are naturally skeptical about new foods.