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Eating Out Often Just Like Dad

by Savitha C Muppala on May 7, 2011 at 8:14 PM
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 Eating Out Often Just Like Dad

If kids want to eat out all the time, blame it on fathers, a recent study has revealed.

The attitude of fathers towards eating out at restaurants or fast food joints, has a big influence on the kids.

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If dads were calorie conscious and checked the nutritive value of food available in the restaurants, then children were likely to imbibe the habit. And if dads threw caution to the winds and binged, kids followed suit.

A study also showed that food eaten in restaurants contains more calories.  Though eating out is fun, it is not always good for health and wealth.



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