Having a family dinner is one of the most important household routines. This is especially true when children head back to school and the days get busier and literally shorter. Benefits of a regular family meal are well documented—school success, healthier weight, improved social skills, fewer behavioral problems, and closer families. But, with long work hours and hectic schedules, patients tell me that they just can’t find time to share a meal. I hear you.
Read Dr. Tanya’s recommendations for quality family dinner time solutions.