Make sure they eat well
'We sat down and ate meals together as a family when Ben was growing up. There was no choice, you would eat what was put in front of you. For breakfast, it was healthy cereal or toast with fruit juice. Nothing chocolatey or sugary. [Ben and his brother and sister] sat down and had breakfast every morning. Evening meals were the same. I always cooked from scratch, it's much cheaper than buying ready meals.'
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