Nutrition & diet

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Latest Nutrition & diet Posts

How to keep on top of your heart health!

This week marks the beginning of Irish heart month in association with the Irish Heart Foundation. Here at maternity & infant we’re super keen on keeping our tickers ticking over with good, healthy food and intermittent bouts of high-intensity exercise. But all this can be tough to keep to when there’s a new baby in […]

Fun picnic and small plate ideas with Organix

We’ve teamed up with super organic food company Organix to give you some simple, fun (and vitamin filled) recipes that will delight the kids this week. Why not try one of our ideas below and show us a picture of your plates in the comments! Organix thrives on making great tasting food for babies, toddlers […]

RECIPE: Super quick sugar free snacks for kids

Kids are always running around it seems, and all that running around keeps them snacking. While handing them a cereal bar is the easiest option when they need something high energy quick, they can often be chock-full of sugar. We’ve come up with some sugarless options for your kids for the times when they need […]

Dinners for when you feel more like a taxi service than a parent

Back to school means lucky parents across the country get to spend more time than they’d strictly like out doing what they do best; running a taxi service. Extra curricular activities are fantastic, but scheduling them so you’re not in the car for the majority of your day can be tricky. And cooking dinner for […]

5 summer salads that the whole family will love!

With the arrival of fine weather (I’m sure it will come eventually!) comes the slightly lessened desire to cook those heavy casseroles and stewed dishes that comforted us through the long winter. With fresh fruit and vegetables coming into season, and the taste being so fresh and delicious there couldn’t be a better time to […]

Baby-led weaning: 10 things you need to know

Baby-led weaning means letting your child feed themselves from the moment they start on solids. Most babies will start to reach for food around six months, which is the time when the World Health Organisation recommend your babies are weaned onto solid foods. Remember that every baby is different; some parents choose to start weaning […]

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