Multi-generational Households Tend to Eat Healthier, More Often and Together
Who would have guessed.... "People who live in multi-generational households say they are now eating at home more often, are eating meals together, and are eating healthier. Living under one roof with adult children and/or grandparents is also causing more communal eating; on average, people from multi-generational homes eat meals together more than four times a week. This helps explain why multi-generational families living together go out to eat less and order take-out less frequently."
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Read more at How multi-generational living is changing the way we eat| Posted by A.J. Drexler on 2/12/15 2:02 PM