Parents are faced with the challenges of balancing budgets, time, and domestic chores which makes family mealtime one more thing to do among a very long list. So considering the many demands on parents, what makes family mealtime so valuable? First, it is important to know that parents are the primary nutrition role model for […]
WRITTEN BY: Carmen Irving, M.A. & Pat Holmes, M.S.
REVIEWED BY: Bridgette Kidd MPH,RD, Healthy People Program Specialist, Family and Consumer Sciences, Ohio State University Extension
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