Eat Better, Eat Together

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The benefits of eating together as a family are numerous – from better grades in school, better communication skills, decreasing risky behaviors and better overall nutrition. Yet, despite these health benefits, only 30 percent of families make time to eat one meal together each day.

Dr. Brent Fountain, Human Nutrition Specialist, with Mississippi State University Extension joined Rebecca Turner on Good Things to challenge us to Eat Together, Eat Better with Real Dairy

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