Do people who eat together have better relationships, better health, and overall better lives?
Family meals are shockingly in decline. 59% of Americans say that their own families nowadays eat together less than the ones they remember growing up in. Sure, modern technology makes it easier for us to keep in touch with family and friends whether it’s getting updates on social media or video-chatting. On the other hand, we are likewise more distracted by technology, including at the dinner table. In fact, these days, we might not get as far to the dinner table to enjoy a meal with loved ones, and we are missing out, according to science. Yes, even scientists are now praising the health benefits of eating together with family and friends andbacking it up with scientific facts we can't ignore.