We all want our families to be healthy and contented, but we may be ignoring the most important spot in the day. Regular family dinners may be the most powerful way to help kids stay healthy and happy, according to Harvard Health mental and physical health specialists.
Having a healthy dinner is quite satisfying after a long, hard day. Most people would agree that going to bed on an empty stomach is not enjoyable, nor is waking up with an unbalanced body. When families dine together, they tend to eat more vegetables and fruits — and fewer fried foods, soda, and foods with trans fats, research shows. When younger frequently eat dinner with their families, they are less likely to be overweight than others.
It is no mystery that what people eat has an effect on their daily physical and mental health. When people keep themselves well-nourished, they can participate more fully and effectively in a wide variety of activities.
Dinner is an important meal of the day. Food is what gives you energy. Dinner raises your blood sugar level in the middle of the day, making you able to focus for the rest of the night. It has been proven that people who don’t eat dinner tend to gain more weight because they overeat during lunch time to compensate for dinner.
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