You may know that you shouldn't eat sprouts while you're pregnant because of the risk of food poisoning, but what about people who aren't pregnant? Health Canada recently released a … [Read more...] about Why Sprouts May Not Be Safe to Eat
Nutrition For Baby
Whether you're planning a pregnancy or struggling to conceive, here are some tips on how to boost fertility and prepare your body for a healthy pregnancy: 1. Get at least 3 colors of … [Read more...] about Top Nine Nutrition Tips for Fertility
Planning a pregnancy in the next few months? Yippee! Congrats! Before the baby-making begins, make sure that your body is primed to grow a healthy, thriving baby. While improving your nutrition at … [Read more...] about What to Look For in a Pre-Natal Multivitamin
I introduced my son to solids the ONLY way I thought possible- the traditional "puree, spoon-fed" way. But IS that the only way? Apparently not! I was first introduced to the concept of "baby-led … [Read more...] about Baby-led weaning: my thoughts
When, how much and what kind? Milk is a hot topic with parents and caregivers, especially when their baby is transitioning from breastmilk or formula. Some of these Moms have toddlers that can't … [Read more...] about Milk For Toddlers: when to transition and to what?
There are a few theories on this, and many would argue that the answer is not cut and dry. The recommendations on when to start solid foods have changed drastically over the years. However, what's … [Read more...] about When Should I Introduce My Baby To Solid Foods?
It is SO important to create a healthy atmosphere for mealtimes, to help your baby develop a healthy relationship with food from day one. First Things First: It is best to feed your … [Read more...] about Tips to Create a Healthy Eating Environment For Baby
Hi Everyone! I've had a lot of questions recently about how to introduce solids. I thought that I would share a recent article that I wrote for Birth of a Mother Magazine on this subject. I've been … [Read more...] about Introducing Your Baby to Solid Foods!