There is a Javanese proverb that says 'mangan ora mangan origin collector' with the intention that the family ate together at the dinner table. In addition to providing good etiquette lessons, this maxim was also a positive impact on child health. One study found that adolescents who take the time to eat together at the dinner table to reduce the risk of eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia. The food served will also tend to run out. In addition, parents also will slowly reduce smoking. "Children who adulthood will likely feel uncomfortable being close to their parents. When it comes to eating together, they will occupy themselves on their food," said researcher Barbara Fiese, quoted by the Daily Mail. Child health will be maintained, if parents can bring their children to eat together at the table three times a week. This was stated after a team of researchers reviewed 17 studies of diet and nutrition that involves 200 thousand children and adolescents. Written in the Journal of Pediatrics, Barbara Fiese found that the risk of eating disorders will be reduced as much as 35 percent in adolescents who eat at least five times a week with their parents. Eating disorders include regurgitate food that is eaten or bulimia, diet pills or laxatives, skipping meals, eating less, smoking to lose weight. Even three meals with the family helps reduce the risk of adolescent overweight by 12 percent than those who rarely eat together. They also tend to consume 24 percent more intake of nutritious and have good eating habits than those who do not. A professor from the University of Illinois said the families who eat together are more connected in a communication including the communication of poor diet and dangerous. "Children and adolescents who have eating disorders will be easily detected by parents so that they will take steps to health to their children, "he said. Eating together is also a great time for families to exchange ideas from parents did not force or control flow conversation. This can make a good interaction between members family. Previously, American researchers found that children who do not follow the meal with the family are more likely to be a naughty child and vulnerable to promiscuity.