I often divide my life into two parts: P.K. and A.K. These are "Pre-Kids" and "After-Kids."
After the children, my private life changed dramatically. But my two girls have taught me so many things, including how I think about nutrition. Here are just seven things I learned from them.
Your Kids Are Not Interested in Intermittent Fasting
It is much easier to be rigid with your nutritional approach if you only have to feed one person: you, but your child's needs and desires often replace your immediate wishes.