Here is a great lesson to be learned about how French people eat together with their family and friends that we may apply in our lives to get even more healthier and happier everyday!
By April McCarthy
The French diet is full of flavor and high in satisfaction. They don't believe in low-fat, low-carb, low-taste, or low-calorie, but they do believe in enjoying their food, taking the time to eat at the table, knowing when to stop eating and educating their children about food. These are a just a few of the many lessons the French can teach us about a culture that truly thrives on savoring the flavor at mealtime.
1. The French eat family meals together. No distractions. It's a real bonding time where they get to talk discuss life. The French train their kids from the age of three they spend time eating at the table at lunch every day in school. Theyre not inherently better behaved, but theyve practiced for years. By the time you see an eight-year-old French kid in a restaurant they have sat at a table thousands of times. …