Health benefits associated with dining out with your children
Research has shown that children who dine out with their family perform better academically and socially, have higher self-esteem and a lower risk of depression. "There's lots of research around children and how their ability to connect with others and socialize and even their ability to learn and changes with the type of nutrition that they’re getting and the food that they're getting," explains Danielle Binns, who is a nutritionist and family restaurant consultant. "So variety is important."
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