Children Who Eat With Their Families Grow Up To Be More Considerate

November 12, 2014 1:20 PM

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We often eat our meals on the go or in front of the screen -- nearly 20 percent of snacks and meals in America are eaten in the car, according to In Defense of Food author Michael Pollan.

But it isn't just nostalgia for the pre-convenience era that should get us to the table: Children who grow up sharing meals are more likely to exhibit prosocial behavior as adults, according to a Belgian study published in the journal Appetite.

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