The more consistent you can be with your diet, and introduce small changes in the new year, the better results you will see, and the more sustainable it will be for you. Then the better you begin to feel, the more you are likely to continue.
Naturdoc’s founder and clinical lead Lucinda Miller joins Parental Control to discuss family nutrition, gut health and more.
Leonora welcomes Probio7’s Nutrition Expert Rebecca Traylen to the podcast to discuss gut health. “I could talk about gut health until the cows come More
Leonora Bamford welcomes nutritionist Gabriela Peacock to the show to discuss tween and teen nutrition.
If you’re looking for breakfast, lunchbox and snack ideas for the whole family, we’ve got some simple tips for a healthy back-to-school diet.
Use the discount code MYBABABEARS to get a 10% discount on up to 3 packs of Fruit Bears.
Here are some brilliantly healthy recipes to try during your first, second and third trimesters.
Is your child a fussy eater? A limited diet during pregnancy and breastfeeding may have be defining your child’s taste likes and dislikes.
Dr Harriet Holme is a registered Nutritionist (AfN), and former experienced paediatrician and she shares her top tips on nutrition after pregnancy.
There are a few things you can do to help support your body in moderating the factors that cause cellulite to form and stay.
Nutritionist Rhaya Jordan joins Leo in this latest podcast episode to talk about how you can change your family’s eating habits.
Don’t force a child to eat in any circumstance, for any reason whatsoever, with any method.
Dietitian and cordon bleu chef Jane Clarke shares her advice on how to keep healthy during the coronavirus outbreak in our most recent episode of Parental Control, My Baba’s new podcast.
Parents who are interested in raising a vegan family are understandably concerned that their plant-based diet should contain all the nutrients required for the demands of a growing baby or active toddler.
In this month’s episode, nutritionist Jane Clarke talks to Leonora about both gut health during pregnancy and in babies.
Are children born picky eaters or is it something they grow into? How does diet affect academic and mental performance? And should you ever feed your child snacks before bed?
How much is your gut having an impact on your health and wellbeing? You might be surprised…
Save on time and washing up when baby reaches the six-month mark by making baby-friendly meals for the whole family.
Most mums-to-be understand the importance of folate or folic acid for a healthy pregnancy. But did you know that iron is equally important, for both mother and baby? Too little iron during pregnancy has also been linked to low birth weight, premature delivery and an increased risk of bleeding after birth.
The New Mum Nourish Box in collaboration with GP Nutrition has been featured in the Metro newspaper.
A review of more than 70 clinical trials has found that increased intake of omega 3 essential fatty acids during pregnancy is linked to a lower risk of premature births.
Every woman is different and each pregnancy differs from one to another. Some mothers get most symptoms, find pregnancy quite uncomfortable while others experience less discomforts and “bloom” throughout their pregnancy. Neither circumstance is an indication of the outcome of pregnancy.
Many of our lifelong eating behaviours develop during the first years of our life; it is through actual experiences with food and watching the eating behaviours of others that we learn what we want, and how much we want to eat.
Eating the right foods and following the best diet for great health can sometimes feel like a minefield whatever your age or circumstance; maybe More
As mothers, it is always important to remember that we are all different, and all our babies are different. Just because one thing works for one mum, does not mean it will work for everyone.
Treating your gut right can alleviate discomfort during pregnancy. Here’s how to prepare your gut for pregnancy to support you and your baby’s health.
An overview of the role food plays in fertility, the foods to indulge in, the foods to avoid, and some brilliant cooking tips from nutritionist and personal trainer Michelle Walsh.
Leonora speaks to health expert Jane Clarke about why women feel bloated during pregnancy and the best ways to remedy it.
For most women, insulin needs during pregnancy follow a pattern similar to a log flume ride found at an amusement park. Let me explain.
The change of seasons often signals the onset of coughs and colds. With the help of Christine Bailey, we look at how to have a strong natural immune system.
You don’t need to go on some magic diet when breastfeeding. You just need to stick to a few simple pieces of advice.
How important is your diet when you’re trying to conceive? I think it’s incredibly