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January 13th, 2011
10:08 AM ET

Home-cooked meals increase family, community health

You knows its healthier. You know its less expensive. But sometimes it can be hard to that extra time after work to prepare a nicely cooked home meal. But as Dr.  Mark Hyman suggests, taking that extra 15 minutes to prepare a home cooked meal can do the world in difference for both your life and the life of your children.

Evidence has repeatedly shown that kids who have dinner 5-7 times a week, with a home cooked meal, end up less likely to drink and smoke and more likely to do better in school and have a more meaningful social life. Dr. Hyman joins TJ Holmes and American Morning today to share tips on how to not only "save our health but also save our money."


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