What’s feeding your baby’s growth?
Learn how to identify the signs of a delicate tummy and turn a grumpy tummy into a happy tummy that aids your baby’s learning and development.
In the first few years, your child’s brain develops rapidly. In order to help him reach his full potential, you will need to incorporate the right nutrients into your child’s diet, as good nutrition lays the groundwork for well-rounded development. Find out about the key nutrients essential to your child's growth and development.
The brain is the command centre of your child’s cognitive, motor, emotional and communication skills.
As a parent, we know that you want to make every effort to ensure your child has the best possible start in life.
While your child can still get all his nutrients form breast milk or formula at this stage, you may want to start introducing some solid foods if your child appears ready. Here are some suggestions of how to continue to meet your child’s nutritional needs with healthy foods to start good habits.