This article makes some simple, sensible suggestions on what we can do to feed our families the way we are meant to eat. It is truly alarming how many of our children are obese and are raised on processed foods. The effect on their academic performance is alarming. What really struck me was the importance of having a proper place to eat in our homes and placing a priority on eating together as a family. I have always thought that having a sacred space to eat can encourage respectful eating habits (respecting our bodies and respecting the food itself). Additionally, I think that making the time for family meals not only makes us want to eat “real” food, but also has other massive benefits like teaching table manners and the art of conversation which is quickly being lost in the age of Twitter, Facebook and texting. What struck you about the article? What simple things do you do to help your family eat right?