A baby’s birth weight approximately doubles by 6 months of age, and human breast milk or infant formula milk alone is no longer enough to meet their nutritional needs after this time.
The timing and way solids are introduced can have a major effect on a child’s growth and development, and in helping protect against obesity and allergies for life.
A baby’s introduction to different tastes and textures is vital for encouraging their acceptance of a wide range of healthy foods, and may minimise potential fussy eating later on.
How much weight gain is okay during pregnancy? Most women don’t know.
Listen to Pippa’s experience of gestational diabetes and her fears for her baby, and hear expert advice on the importance of your own diet and lifestyle throughout conception and pregnancy.
Breast feeding should be a great experience for both mum and baby, but everyone’s journey is different, and things don’t always go to plan.
Mum of two, Beth, tells of her struggle to produce enough milk, and our panel discusses physical and emotional coping strategies for the ups and downs of breast feeding.
The toddler years are a great time for families to role model and set healthy behaviours for life.
So how do you deal with a fussy eater? Hear about Nedahl’s child, who wouldn’t even try toast fingers, and get our experts’ tips for how to make meal times more enjoyable – and stay sane with little fusspots!