More than ever before, we are consuming greater amounts of food outside our homes. These meals are often over-processed, not nutritious, and high in calories. The result has been an increase in obesity and chronic illness.
When people learn to cook, they are more likely to share family meals together. The benefits of eating together as a family are significant! Family relationships are improved. Children are more successful in school. They have a positive self-esteem. They develop a lasting, beneficial relationship with food.