Congratulations! You’re having a baby! But did you know that your diet and lifestyle during pregnancy can have a very real influence on your baby’s future health? Find out more in the articles below about what you can do to help get your little one off to the healthiest possible start in life.
Mackerel is a source of omega-3 fats, which are important for your baby’s brain and eye development. This spread is a suitable alternative to pate, which you need to avoid during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
If you are looking for a healthier dessert option these individual berry trifles are a great choice.
Make a few simple swaps to stay on track this Christmas.
Banana bread is one of the first things I ever baked in our Home Ec class in school, and I still make it regularly. It’s super easy to make, and a tasty, healthier treat to keep energy levels up during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Toddlers will love it too as a snack! It’s nice and moist … read more >
If you’re pregnant or breastfeeding this Christmas, here are some tips to help you maintain healthy eating habits over the festive season.
GOOD NUTRITION IN THE FIRST 1,000 DAYS offers parents a unique window of opportunity to secure the long term health and development of their baby.
Every parent, throughout the world, wishes their child a healthy, happy and fulfilling life. The key to achieving this lies in providing optimal nutrition during the First 1000 Days.
This is one of my favourite soups that I discovered while I was pregnant. I’ve been making it ever since.
Aileen Regan, Dietitian, Medical Director, Danone Baby Nutrition
Tip! Ideal for freezing! This will come in useful for those nights when you want something fast!
What you feed your toddler in the first one thousand days is vital for toddler nutrition, good development and behaviour. Watch this for more.