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Heya, San Antonito Families!

We've got a challenge for you...

This month, SuperKids Nutrition challenges you to eat dinner together as a family at least 3 nights every week. Are you in?

Family dinners are not only good for bonding with your loved ones-they are also a great opportunity to reinforce healthy eating behaviors and model good table manners.

Eating together as a family has been shown to be good for everyone's health, both physical and mental. 

Regular family meals helps to decrease the risk of obesity and eating disorders in children and adolescents in addition to increasing self-confidence and grade-point averages!

For some of my favorite tips and tricks to a successful family dinner, you'll want to read this interview with Laurie David, author of The Family Dinner.

Encouraging Variety at the Table

Getting your family to the table all at once is one thing, and getting your kids to make healthy choices is a whole other battle.

These dinner color duets are a fun way to encourage your kids to incorporate variety into every meal and snack!
Family Mealtime Matters for Teens Too!

Did you know adolescence starts at age 10, not 13? Teens are increasingly independent as they grow older, but that doesn't mean family time is any less important. 

However, getting your teen to the table might be more of a challenge than an adolescent or toddler... 

Here are three ideas for making family mealtime special and a priority again. 
Need Some Mealtime Inspiration?

We've got you covered.

For something quick, easy and delicious, try our quick dinner fixes for the family.

Looking to save money while enjoying some of your favorite restaurant style meals? Check out our dining-out style dinners.
Check out the SuperKids Nutrition Website for more: