Research has shown that the first 1000 days is a kind of golden window of opportunity where the right nutrition is crucial for optimal growth and development. As this includes pregnancy, being at your best nutritional self during pregnancy could not be more important, given the benefits healthy maternal nutrition has on infant development.
Got a fussy little eater? Perhaps they don’t like a particular food, type of food, certain colour of food, or they don’t like their food touching – we’ve heard every excuse under the sun! If this sounds familiar to you, try these simple tips to get the good stuff into them.
A whopping 86% of infants experience digestive problems, leading to crying babies and stressed-out parents looking for answers.
If the term ‘grass fed’ is new to you, we spoke to leading paediatric nutritionist and Wholesome Child founder, Mandy Sacher to explain exactly what makes this milk different, and why it matters.
The benefits of eating well in the early years are well established, but what does this look like and how can you make sure that your toddler is meeting their requirements?
It is often difficult to know exactly how much your toddler needs at different ages and growth stages. However, getting the right balance of energy and nutrients is an important part of toddler food choices to ensure they have a healthy start in life.