Home Cooked Meals And No Tv During Dinner May Reduce Obesity Risk

 New research suggests that not watching television at dinnertime may reduce the risk of obesity in adults. Researchers said that eating home-cooked meals is also linked to a lower risk of obesity. The results shows that study participants who said they never watched TV or videos during family meals were much less likely to be obese than those who always watched something during dinner. The study also showed that respondents whose family meals were all home-cooked were less likely to be obese than those who ate only some or no home-cooked meals. (UPI)