Nutritionists will tell you that eating as a family is a fundamental building block for good eating habits.
It’s a time and place for connection at the end of a busy day.
But Professor of Sociology at Monash University Jo Lindsay says getting together for dinner isn’t realistic for most families.
She also argues that the messages being sent around dinner are not always backed up with evidence.
Jo talks about her findings, and why she thinks parents and carers should relax more around dinner time.