Cooking for your children leads to healthier eating habits

Cooking at home often leads to healthier meals, and cooking for your children has now been proven to positively impact eating decisions made when their parents aren’t around. Researchers from Penn State’s Department of Food Science and Department of Nutritional Sciences found that children whose parents spend more time on food preparation more often chose meals with nutrient-rich foods than meals with large amounts of sugar and fat in a controlled experiment.

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Cooking for your children leads to healthier eating habits

Cooking at home often leads to healthier meals, and cooking for your children has now been proven to positively impact eating decisions made when their parents aren’t around. Researchers from Penn State’s Department of Food Science and Department of Nutritional Sciences found that children whose parents spend more time on food preparation more often chose meals with nutrient-rich foods than meals with large amounts of sugar and fat in a controlled experiment.

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