The little engine of a toddler is constantly burning fuel, and your toddler will benefit from small meals spaced out during the day. Healthy, fun snacks will provide toddlers with energy to burn. Here are some great snack ideas.
Your baby will love you for these! Like a piece of cake in a ball, they are clean to eat and extremely moreish. They're also great for anyone with egg allergies.
By now, hopefully all of us have heard about super foods. For those who haven’t, they’re everyday natural foods, which are high in nutrients and antioxidants to help keep the body healthy.
Many people choose to live a vegetarian lifestyle for health and ethical reasons, yet question whether they should raise their children accordingly. Ultimately it’s a personal choice, however with the right planning, it is perfectly possible to provide an adequate vegetarian diet to an infant or toddler.
Australian guidelines advising mothers to exclusively breastfeed their babies until six months could be putting children at risk of allergies and coeliac disease, a controversial study suggests.
When you have young children, the family table can feel like a battleground – fussy eating leads to arguments which often end in tantrums. It’s not fun for anyone. Here’s how to regain some control and make mealtimes happy again.
The choice of food you introduce to your baby is a personal one. We all want what’s best for our baby, especially when it comes to food.
Baby-led weaning (BLW) is a method of weaning that allows a baby to take control and self-feed solid food from the beginning of weaning.
It’s common for toddlers – and older kids – to refuse whole food groups like vegetables. But with some clever cooking techniques you can hide vegies in everyday food by camouflage and blending. Here are a few tips and recipe ideas…
The introduction of solids in your baby’s diet is not only important for nutritional reasons, but for the developmental of oral motor skills.
It seems home-made baby food is the best health option and the cheapest in today's economic climate. Fiona Purdon reports
As I am not a fan of hiding food in children's meals, this recipe is as honest as can be.
Parents who don't want their newborn babies to develop an egg allergy ought to feed them eggs in the first six months of life, a study has found.