WASHINGTON — Though mindful of the health and nutrition needs of their children, parents of kids under 18 are less conscientious when it comes to their own wellness, according to the International Food Information Council Foundation’s 2012 Food & Health Survey. Since 87% of parents believe that it is good for health to sit down and eat meals with their family, food retailers should make recipe suggestions that incorporate nutrient-rich foods with fewer calories, such as ...

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