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Monthly Archives: September 2018

1 in 5 two-year-olds never eat their veg

Recent research has suggested that 1 in 5 two-year-olds never eat their vegetables, and 30,000 two-year-olds have NEVER tried a vegetable. The findings, from a YouGov survey commissioned by children’s food brand Ella’s Kitchen, also showed over a quarter of parents spend a total of one day a year trying to persuade their children to […]

What not to eat and drink during pregnancy: your definitive guide!

There’s no bigger motherhood minefield than deciding what not to eat when you’re pregnant – but it’s often hard to distinguish between fact and fiction and figure out whether we’re being sensible or overcautious. There are so many different studies and reports for mums to read, making it difficult to know which foods you should […]

Your Baby’s Motor Skills Development: From Four To Six Months

As your baby graduates from the newborn stage, get ready for some mini acrobatics. It’ll be more fascinating than the Olympics – guaranteed You’ve only known each other a few months, but you’ll already be pretty impressed by just how much your baby has developed. While the newborn stage is amazingly cute, it’s during these […]

What is spoon-fed weaning?

Choose the weaning approach which matches your needs and your baby’s nature, and weaning will be easier. Is spoon-fed weaning best for you and baby? We spoke to Dr Rana Conway, a nutritionist and author of Weaning Made Easy (£10.99, White Ladder Press), about spoon-fed weaning. What is it? Spoon-fed weaning simply means you use a spoon to put […]

How important is protein to your baby’s development?

Do you know the importance of protein for your baby during her first 1000 days? From conception to her 2nd birthday, the right nutrition, especially protein, is vital for your baby’s first 1000 days. Protein is a key component of breast milk that helps to ensure healthy growth and development. The levels of protein decreases […]