Health & Wellbeing
Watermelon is refreshing, delicious, and packed with both hydration and vitamin C—which makes it a wonderful food to share with your family, the ones you care for and the kids.Learn how to make watermelon accessible for everyone, including adults who find swallowing difficult, for weaning babies and for toddlers too!
This purée makes a nice filling meal as the lentils provide lots of healthy protein. The garam masala adds spice without heat. Suitable for all the family to eat and it is a great first food for babies who have just started weaning or for children and adults who struggle with eating and/or swallowing.
The decorations are down, the kids are back to school, the first credit card bill of the year is looming and maybe our spending has to be curtailed for a little while. How do we cater for family meals on a budget?
Last year’s Christmas lockdown was, for most of us, a pretty quiet affair and it’s safe to say that this December, we’re itching to dig out the decorations and look forward to sitting round the table together to celebrate the festive season in style with friends and family we may not have seen for a […]
Is your Baby dribbling and/or teething at the moment? Are their clothes wet or even worse soaked through? Is their skin around their chin irritated and sore? Why is this happening and what can we do to stop the wet and help the irritation?
‘Healthy’ and ‘Halloween’ – two words that we rarely see together and despite Halloween being a fun opportunity for children of all ages to dress up in ghoulish costumes and roam the neighbourhood with their parents, collecting sweets and treats, most of us dread the inevitable sugar-rush that follows – usually right around bedtime!
After the long, lazy days of the school summer holidays, the return to early morning starts can come as quite a shock when the new term begins. Being prepared is essential, especially when it comes to preparing a healthy, fun packed-lunch. Children can be very good at changing their minds – one day they can’t […]
“Are you breastfeeding?” New mums will be asked this question time and time again. Midwives, health visitors, GPs, and anyone else who interacts with the welfare of a baby will ask the million dollar question. The World Health Organisation recommends that all babies be exclusively breastfed for six months if possible. The reason is that […]