It is important to remember that once the baby is born and the Gestational Diabetes is essentially over, there is still an increased risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes. It is important to continue a healthy diet.
(Date published: 15/07/2013)
As every new mum knows, a baby takes up every second of your time, and on your list of priorities, your diet and the need to prepare healthy meals is way down at the bottom. Read this article to see how important your health is to your baby, and how to stay fit and healthy as a new mum.
(Date published: 20/02/2012)
Here are some helpful hints that might put your mind at ease.
(Date published: 24/01/2011)
The ‘when’ and ‘what’ of introducing solids to infants is a topic of confusion for many new Mothers. Introduce solids too soon, and the risk of allergy can be a problem, or wait too long and nutritional and developmental delays can become an issue. The latest guidelines from the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) state that introduction of solids between 4-6 months is recommended to reduce risk of allergy, nutrient deficiency and developmental delay.
(Date published: 26/04/2010)
Breast milk provides babies with the correct balance of nutrients, and immunity against infection. This article looks at how nursing mothers can provide for their own nutritional requirements while breast feeding, and answers some common questions regarding breastfeeding.
(Date published: 4/08/1999)