Much of public health research is all about the numbers:
- How many calories are consumed with an average school lunch? What are proportions of fat, sodium etc?
- How many people are obese?
- What is the percentage of kids who have tried drugs or alcohol, and at what age?
- Are people eating family dinner more because of the recession?
Over the next few weeks, I'll be developing a structured interview to share family dinner stories. I hope you'll add your voice to help us create a rich narrative of family dinner. In the meantime, please visit the eatdinner.org Facebook page (Like us!) and add your thoughts under the Discussion section. Or feel free to add in the comments below. Thank you!