• How much milk after 12 months?

    How much milk after 12 months?

    Your child has just turned one. They have been breast or bottle fed (or both), and you have now been told that they can start having regular cow's milk as a drink. Do you just replace their bottles/breastfeeds with a cup of milk? How much is too much dairy for a one year old? Many peopleRead more
  • Which yoghurt is best?

    Which yoghurt is best?

    Yoghurt is a fantastic snack. It is a good source of protein, probiotics and it is low GI (glycaemic index). Low GI foods keep you fuller for longer! With the ever increasing range of yoghurts available in the fridge aisle, I am forever being asked which is the best one to choose. The answer isRead more
  • Diet and Constipation

    Diet and Constipation

    Diet and Constipation Constipation is when a child has hard bowel movements or when they do not go to the toilet regularly. There is a large variation in what will be a ‘normal’ bowel motion from one child to the next and the only time you need to worry about the consistency or frequency of

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  • Are you Living with an ‘Extremely Fussy Eater’?

    Are you Living with an ‘Extremely Fussy Eater’?

    Fussy eating can be a normal stage in a child's development where, around 12-18 months of age, a child realises they can refuse what is offered to them. For most children, this phase will pass relatively quickly, while for others this problem may get progressively worse over the course of months or years until youRead more
  • Navigating Food Labels

    Navigating Food Labels

    Whether you need to avoid certain food ingredients due to allergies or intolerances, or you may just be trying to make the healthiest choices for your family, navigating food labels can be extremely overwhelming. In this article, we hope to help make it easier for you to find the products you are looking for, without

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  • Is your child getting enough Iron?

    Is your child getting enough Iron?

    Iron is an essential nutrient for all children aged over 6 months. It is responsible for creating haemaglobin, a cell which carries oxygen around our bodies. If your child does not have enough iron in their diet, and their stores deplete, they will often become tired, weak and irritable. How much iron does your child

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