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Nutrition Tips

What happens to your baby’s poop after starting solids

Every baby is different, some newborns may poop with every feed, whereas others may only poop once or twice a day (or less). As they grow this typically slows down and between 2-4 months, it is not unusual for them to go several days between poops. Then they start solids and this changes again as their digestive system adjusts to all the different foods.

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Recipes

Slow cooker lamb goulash casserole

This recipe is one the whole family will enjoy and it's loaded in goodness! Slow cooking is a great option for preparing your babies food, simply add all the delicious ingredients and leave to cook overnight...

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Introducing Solids

Iron and protein-rich foods for babies

When your baby moves on to solids it’s common to stress over whether they are getting enough nutrients in their diet. You can send yourself mad analysing how much they actually got in their mouth as opposed...

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Nutrition Tips

The lowdown on fruit

While your child’s taste buds are developing, it’s important for them to be exposed to vegetables in their natural state, so as not to set up unrealistic expectations that veggies (and other foods) are sweeter...

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Food Safety

Can babies eat seafood?

Seafood can be a confusing topic when it comes to your baby’s diet. You might be wondering when is the right time to introduce seafood, what types are safe for them to enjoy and what are the best practices...

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Nutrition Tips

Baby foods that help with constipation – and cause it!

Constipation in newborns is fairly uncommon and many parents confuse irregular bowel movements with constipation. Babies can poop anywhere from every feed to once a week. But rather than frequency, you want to look for consistency and whether they are hard or soft. Then once your baby starts on solid foods this can change as their little digestive systems adjust to their new diet and certain foods they eat can cause constipation. But there are...

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