Editor's note: I'd like to introduce my colleague Josh Kiman as a contributing author to The Regeneration Weekly. Josh will write occasional deep dives on regenerative topics and help keep our content as fresh as possible. Enjoy! As a parent of a toddler and baby, my wife and I have spent a lot of time thinking about what to feed our kids. I distinctly remember one trip to a Whole Foods to buy some yogurt for my baby girl. I probably spent 10 minutes searching through a sea of yogurt brands for a full fat yogurt that was not packed with sugar and artificial ingredients. But time is a precious commodity, so we’ve taken shortcuts. We used to buy organic fruit and vegetable pouches that our kids loved and we often caved to our son’s request for the pouches with Sesame Street characters. We suspected these pouches weren’t the healthiest options, but we focused on convenience, accessibility, and the organic label.