• Sleep routines for your newborn

    New parents start to believe their baby prefers to sleep all day and party all night. Surely it’s too soon to start behaving like a teenager? Newborn babies and their parents love a sleeping routine but it takes some time for a baby to sleep overnight. A baby needs to be well fed to gain weight (the average is about ...
  • INFANT NUTRITION WEBINAR – MAY 2022

      Join our Webinar to learn about Early Childhood Nutrition from a consultant Pediatrician and Nutritionist! Register and secure your place by clicking here: Infant Nutrition Webinar | EventBrite About this event Children need the right foods at the right time to grow and develop to their full potential. The most critical time for good nutrition is during the 1,000-day ...
  • Pregnancy Blog: Trimester 1 – weeks 7-12

    Nausea time By week 7 the dreaded pregnancy nausea has settled in. Like a lot of women, mine is all day nausea, although it does get worse around dinner time. And just like my first pregnancy (with my twins) the thought of vegetables is disgusting, which is very out of character for me, as I love vegetables usually. The smell ...
  • What your baby’s poo tells you. 

    Today we’re going to don our Hazmat suits and take a journey through the different stages of baby poo. As with all of us, a baby’s poo can reveal the story of their overall health and well-being. We’ll start at the very beginning. In utero, a baby swallows the amniotic fluid. The fluid passes through the gut and becomes the ...
  • Looking after the baby’s skin

    Taking care of your baby’s little body is of the utmost importance. Babies don’t have the capacity to create their own antibodies until they are at least 2-3 months old, and their immune systems aren’t fully developed until they are around six months old. While your little one’s immune system is incredibly sensitive, protecting a baby from illness and infection ...
  • Diary of a Pregnancy Nutritionist – Weeks 4-6

    Trimester 1:  weeks 4-6 Even though this pregnancy was planned, I was still extremely surprised, as I had taken a couple a early pregnancy tests that turned out to be negative. In fact, the only reason I took another test was because I was due to have my first COVID vaccination the next day, and I wanted to check one ...

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  • 19
    May

    Sleep routines for your newborn

    New parents start to believe their baby prefers to sleep all day and party all night. Surely it’s too soon to start behaving like a teenager? Newborn babies and their parents love a sleeping routine but it takes some time for a baby to sleep overnight. A baby needs to be well fed to gain weight (the average is about ...
  • 4
    May

    INFANT NUTRITION WEBINAR – MAY 2022

      Join our Webinar to learn about Early Childhood Nutrition from a consultant Pediatrician and Nutritionist! Register and secure your place by clicking here: Infant Nutrition Webinar | EventBrite About this event Children need the right foods at the right time to grow and develop to their full potential. The most critical time for good nutrition is during the 1,000-day ...
  • 4
    May

    Pregnancy Blog: Trimester 1 – weeks 7-12

    Nausea time By week 7 the dreaded pregnancy nausea has settled in. Like a lot of women, mine is all day nausea, although it does get worse around dinner time. And just like my first pregnancy (with my twins) the thought of vegetables is disgusting, which is very out of character for me, as I love vegetables usually. The smell ...
  • 26
    Apr

    What your baby’s poo tells you. 

    Today we’re going to don our Hazmat suits and take a journey through the different stages of baby poo. As with all of us, a baby’s poo can reveal the story of their overall health and well-being. We’ll start at the very beginning. In utero, a baby swallows the amniotic fluid. The fluid passes through the gut and becomes the ...
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