A wonderfully healthy diet sounds great in theory, but if you have a picky eater on your hands then this is where you have your work cut out. In too many household’s food choices can become a sticking point and meal times can be incredibly stressful. Learn some practical ways how to turn a picky eater into a fantastic feeder.
Do you have a fussy or picky eater in your home? If so, you’re not alone, it is one of the most common nutritional worries for parents. We want to make sure our children have the nutrition they need to grow, develop, run, play, fight of illness, excel at school… but it’s not always that easy!
The idea of introducing solid food to your baby can be both exciting and daunting in equal measure. It can raise all sorts of uncertainty, after all you want to help baby build a positive relationship with food that supports their health, development, growth and immunity through childhood and beyond. I aim to answer the biggest questions on weaning that we hear in our clinic every day, to help you make your baby’s journey from milk feeds to family meals nourishing and enjoyable.
Pregnancy can be an exciting time with many changes happening to your body but all too often niggly ailments get in the way. Here are our top tips for each trimester to help you sail through!
Hormones can be pesky at the best of times, and they can send you even more out of kilter during your late thirties and forties, as you approach menopause; and this time is known as the perimenopause. Mood and energy levels can be the first areas to be affected. They can slowly creep up on you or strike as a bolt out of the blue. So it’s often difficult to make the connection between mood changes, sleep disturbance and weight gain with hormone deviations, especially when the menstrual cycle has remained much the same.