Before baby, women have time to worship the treadmill and fret over extra flab.
But once they enter motherhood, many find that their shoes are their treads and they're lucky if they have time to sit down for dinner with their kids, let alone count calories.
A recent study followed the behavioral changes of 1,206 childless women turned mommies for six years. To see the findings, read more.
Women have fewer eating problems after having children compared with their peers who remain childless, largely because they stop drinking as much and behave less impulsively, according to new findings from Norway.
Perhaps the change is also spurred by mothers consciously trying not to pass their eating issues onto their children.
Did motherhood alter your eating habits?