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As your child grows more energetic, so will his need for more nutrition. Discover your child's journey of good food here.

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Weaning

Introducing your child’s first foods? Be prepared with this handy kit

Now the adventure really starts!

Baby food storage: how to keep your baby food fresh for longer
Weaning

Solid Food Storage: How to Keep Your Child’s Food Fresh for Longer

The fridge is a wonderful invention for keeping stuff fresh, including last week’s tuna sandwich. It is also a great tool for preparing food in advance, as they won’t go bad quite as fast.

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How to start complementary feeding

Starting complementary feeding is an exciting time. Here our top tips on how and when to start little children’s food from our resident dietitian.

Developing Healthy Eating Habits
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Developing Healthy Eating Habits

As your child grows older, you will begin to notice a big difference in your child’s eating habits.

When to Provide First Solid Food
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When to Provide First Solid Food

At the age of six months, your child will begin to show signs of readiness for the transition to first solid foods.

Starting an Adventure of Solid Food
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Starting an Adventure of Solid Food

At 6 months old, your growing child will begin to need more to meet their nutritional needs.

3 ways to make your child’s meals stress-free
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A Bite of New Tastes and Textures

As your child begins to sprout teeth, they will be able to chew on small soft lumps between the gums. Your child will no longer be limited to soft velvety food.

Picking Up New Food
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Picking Up New Food

When your child reaches 8 months of age, your child will be able to pick up small finger foods with their improved motor skills.

Eating Independence
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Eating Independence

Vastly improved motor skills are a major milestone for your child at 9 months old.

Food to Avoid
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Food to Avoid

By the 10th month, your child’s digestive system will have grown to accept a variety of food.

Developing your child’s eating habits
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Developing Your Child’s Eating Habits

Most children have their own ways to tell you whether they are hungry or full. How you respond to these cues will help your child understand your reactions and his own expectations.

Getting your baby ready for homemade baby food
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Getting Your Little One Ready for Homemade Solid Food

A child grows fast, and so does his or her appetite. At 6 months old your little one is now ready for some delicious complementary solid food.

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Combination feeding checklist

Combination feeding, also known as mixed feeding, with bottle and breast can take a while for you and junior to adjust to. Here are some combination feeding tips to make it easier.

baby-led-weaning
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Moving on to finger foods? Follow our child-led weaning checklist

Wondering when to start children’s food? Most children are ready to start trying at around six months.

Our best weaning nutrition articles
Good Nutrition – Nutrition Gap
Weaning

Bridging the Nutrition Gap

It’s important for your child to have a balance diet that’s nutrition filled during the transition to solid food.

5 great foods you can include in your little one’s diet
Weaning

5 Great Foods You Can Include in Your Little One’s Diet

There are good foods, and then there are great ones – which usually conjure up visions of kale smoothies, alfalfa wraps and chia seed-and-goji-berry-laden kefir.

A balanced diet for your child
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A Balanced Diet for Your Child

Your child’s nutritional needs should be varied in a balanced baby diet that provides energy and support your child’s rapid growth.

Getting the right macronutrients for your child
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Getting the Right Macronutrients for Your Child

During your child’s growing years, it is important to have the right amount of nutrients to support that growth. Macronutrients are nutrients required in big quantities for our bodies.

Why does your child need micronutrients anyway?
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Why does your child need micronutrients anyway?

There are a lot of important factors in ensuring your child’s healthy growth and development.

Providing micronutrients on a daily basis
Weaning

This can be seen as below 6 months

Every day you give your child three meals and a snack or two.

Our best articles about iron
3 ways iron deficiency can affect your child
Weaning

3 Ways Iron Deficiency Can Affect Your Child

For moms and dads, the most important thing when raising their children is to make sure that they grow up strong and healthy to unlock their potential to the fullest.

The signs of iron deficiency: detecting anemia and other symptoms
Weaning

The Signs of Iron Deficiency: Detecting Anemia and Other Symptoms

As the saying goes, you are what you eat. That saying is especially true for young children.

What is iron and how does it help your child?
Weaning

What is iron and how does it help your child?

As any parent would know, raising a child is never easy especially when it comes to eating.

Will taking iron-rich food be too much for my child?
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Will taking iron-rich food be too much for my child?

As a parent, you may be often worried about whether your child is getting enough iron daily. However, on the other hand, you may also be concerned about providing too much iron for your child.

Not just iron, bioavailable iron
Weaning

Not just iron, bioavailable iron

You have probably been hearing a lot of information about making sure your child gets adequate amounts of micronutrients every day, especially iron, for healthy growth and development.

What is iron and how does it help your child?
Weaning

What is iron and how does it help your child?

As any parent would know, raising a child is never easy especially when it comes to eating.

Sources of iron

Sources of iron

When little children move on to solids, they still need just as much iron.

Managing your child’s iron intake
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Managing your child’s iron intake

Taking care of your child’s nutritional needs can be challenging enough without the concern to address iron deficiency anemia.

Our best articles about development
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Child’s teething tips

Teething can be a distressing time for your child and you too. We’ve put together an action plan of teething tips, so you can all get through it without gritting your teeth.

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Weaning

How to encourage junior’s first steps — in 10 steps

It can be both thrilling and terrifying watching your child’s first steps — or at least, attempted steps.

Baby's toilet trained
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Little one’s toilet trained!

In the first few days you may not know what's best for little one’s hygiene. The same goes for your child’s bedding and clothes and soft toys. Follow our advice for the best techniques!

Child’s vision development
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Child’s Vision Development

How does your little one see the world around him? When your child is born, he will finally discover his new world. 

Comfort Objects
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Child’s Comfort Objects

For a child, the utensil of choice is his or her fingers! Having said that, don’t underestimate your child’s curiosity

Security rules
Weaning

Your Child’s Security and Safety

Your child is an explorer. He will set out to discover the whole house everyday – and risks of accidents are everywhere

Fever during teething: what you should know
Weaning

Fever During Teething: What You Should Know

Has your child experienced fever during teething? While it is commonly linked, what may cause the fever may not be teething.

Children party ideas
Weaning

Children Party Ideas

Tips for organising a birthday party. How can you ensure your baby’s first birthday becomes a success?

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