I know some people here have said that other family members shouldn't have to change their eating habits to follow our healthy change in diet, but I still maintain we can make everyone's favourites, but adjust the recipe to decrease fat and calories and increase nutrients. Nothing wrong with preparing healthier meals and in many cases they don't even realise the difference, or think it tastes better!
As many of you know, my household has recently increased by four (one large man and three young children). I'll admit to being worried about "feeding" time. I don't expect any of them to convert to whey protein powder or be satisfied with a mound of steamed broccoli with melted fat-free cheese slices as an entree, but I've made culinary changes they have no objection to, such as introducing whole wheat pastas and breads. I made chili the other night with extra-lean ground beef, more beans, lots of green, red and yellow peppers and carrots and used V8 juice rather than sugary tomato sauce. They LOVED it. The kids have even decided they prefer rainbow sorbet to any ice cream.
Of course I don't insist that everyone change to my way of eating and neither do I expect them to give up their garlic cheese bread on "Italian" night or the Saturday night Doritos (even although I'm tempted to leave the room - my 3 cups of fat-free popcorn just doesn't cut it).
I was worried it might be more difficult to deal with food when the household increased, but it hasn't posed a problem so far, and I even appreciate the increased accountability - if I even reach for a handful of Doritos I hear "Is that on your diet??" in unison.