|Dining together... it's not an old-fashioned concept!|
According to a study published in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology, teenagers who share a meal with a family member or two six or seven times each week have a lower BMI (body mass index) than their peers who dine alone. Of course, we know that obesity increases the risk of heart disease and Type 2 diabetes, as well as certain cancers). The study also showed that families who dined together overall had lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
Moral of the story: Gather your family around the table as often as possible. It's flat out good for all.
Combining old fashioned ways with 21st century common sense,
As a mother and grandmother, I am constantly researching healthier living options, which include being proactive in preventing diseases and conditions. My use of homeopathic remedies has spanned decades and is the reason I'm thrilled to be a Hyland's HealthMaker. Let's not just treat our health conditions, let's do everything we can to prevent them.