The Keller Magazine
Between baseball practice, dance rehearsals, after school programs and play-dates, getting dinner on the table for the family during the school year might seem impossible. But study after study shows numerous benefits result from gathering together to eat a home cooked meal, multiple times a week. Children are more likely to eat healthier, teenagers are less likely to partake in drugs or alcohol, and grades overall are likely to be higher. Even more, eating at home can be a stress reliever and money saver for parents.