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Food your Baby needs when they are under 1 year of age February 17, 2020 in Baby Food, Effective Parenting by Mrs Abhilasha V

Babies under 1 year are in their most active growing stage. Babies’ brains and bodies are constantly growing from the time they are born. Their growing body and brain need proper nutrition. During the first 6 months, babies receive all the nutrients and minerals from their mother’s milk. All toddlers

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Food your Baby needs when they are under 1 year of age
Is your Baby facing Cow’s Milk Allergies? February 17, 2020 in Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Food, Health by Dr Meghna Manocha

Cow’s milk allergy is an allergy to milk protein babies have when they are either fed with cow's milk directly or if the breastfeeding mother consumes cow's milk.  This causes symptoms in the baby before being weaned, or if the baby consumes cow's milk protein, containing products during or after weaning.

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Is your Baby facing Cow’s Milk Allergies?
Protein for kids-Types & Benefits January 16, 2020 in Baby, Baby Developments, Baby Food by Dr Meghna Manocha

Your child needs proper nutrition that includes vitamins, proteins and carbohydrates for their growth and development. Children require protein in their daily diet for mental and physical development. Thus it is very important to have a balanced diet for your child and includes protein. Protein is the most important macro

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Protein for kids-Types & Benefits
Baby Whining – Causes and Tips to Handle your Child June 24, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Developments, Baby Food, Effective Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

How to calm down an irritated baby? Parenting is a difficult task and its natural for parents to feel anger when their child is constantly crying. However, it is crucial to remember that the child does not cry to irritate its parents, it simply cries because it can’t solve its problems

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Baby Whining – Causes and Tips to Handle your Child
Tips On Transitioning From Breast Milk To Family Food For Your Baby May 26, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Food, Effective Parenting, Feeding by Dr Sanjay Wazir

Here are some tips with which you can make this transition as smooth as possible for the baby 1. The best time to introduce food to the baby is when it turns six months old if the baby is exclusively breastfeed and is growing well. However, if the baby is predominantly on

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Tips On Transitioning From Breast Milk To Family Food For Your Baby
How do I know if my baby has digestive problems? January 25, 2019 in Baby, Baby Food, Health by admin

  Babies are at very high risk of contracting various infections and diseases as their body is still in a developing phase. Moreover, since infants can not communicate verbally, it may become extremely difficult to understand or identify if something is troubling the baby. One of the most common problems most

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How do I know if my baby has digestive problems?
Meals for Munchkins: How to Create a Nutrition Plan for Your Toddler December 20, 2018 in Baby, Baby Food, Feeding, Health, Health & wellness, Toddler by Dr Mahesh Hiranandani

If your mealtimes have morphed into coaxing fests with your toddler, it’s time to put a meal plan in place. If your toddler has a tendency to be persnickety during mealtimes, seek comfort in knowing that it’s just a phase. After all, toddler food face-offs are part of the job description,

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Meals for Munchkins: How to Create a Nutrition Plan for Your Toddler
Stores of Liquid Gold: A Look at Breast Milk Banking August 6, 2017 in Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Developments, Baby Food, Effective Parenting, Feeding, Health, Health, Health & wellness, Mom’s Care, Nutritional Insights, Parenting, Toddler Basics by admin

There’s a reason breast milk is called liquid gold; it’s so precious that it’s hard to come by in some women. There could be various causes for a limited supply of milk in a mother’s breast. A premature delivery, breast engorgement or simply, low reserves of milk could prove as

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Stores of Liquid Gold: A Look at Breast Milk Banking
Breast Feeding: Its Importance, Advantages & Disadvantages August 1, 2016 in About Pregnancy, Baby, Baby Food, Effective Parenting, Mom’s Care, Nutritional Insights, Positive Parenting by Mrs. Ruth Patterson

Breastfeeding should begin as soon as possible after the birth of the child. You should feed your baby every one to three hours within every 24 hours i.e., 8 – 12 times a day. Babies should be breastfed for the first six months and this should be continued without interruption

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Breast Feeding: Its Importance, Advantages & Disadvantages
10 FOOD TIPS TO KEEP YOUR TODDLER HEALTHY THIS WINTER January 18, 2016 in Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Food, Effective Parenting, Feeding, Health, Health & wellness, Toddler, Toddler Basics by Mrs Abhilasha V

2. Amla: Filled with Vitamin C this one is extremely nutritious. Add some salt and haldi to add to the taste. The kids will love it. Vitamin C has the additional benefit of enhancing the immunity, which is crucial for the season dominated by colds and flu! [caption id="attachment_21064" align="aligncenter" width="702"] amla

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10 FOOD TIPS TO KEEP YOUR TODDLER HEALTHY THIS WINTER
What Is Food Neophobia and How To Deal With It? July 23, 2015 in Baby, Baby Food, Effective Parenting, Health, Health, Mom’s Corner, Positive Parenting by Anita Telagar

Genetics: it is the major factor in food neophobia. The tendency to seek the new food and avoid of novel foods have been related to genetics or heritable component. Psychosocial / Psychological Factors: Psychological factors such as motivation, personality and attitudes towards food and nutrition had been essentially influencing

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What Is Food Neophobia and How To Deal With It?
What is MSG and its side effects on Kids? June 10, 2015 in Baby Food, Effective Parenting, Health, Health, Health & Lifestyle, Mom’s Care, Nutritional Insights, Parenting, Planning for future, Positive Parenting by Mrs Abhilasha V

You may find MSG commonly used in Chinese food, restaurant cooked meals, canned vegetables, soups, salad dressings, and processed meats. You may find MSG naturally in potatoes, peas, tomatoes and tomato juice, mushrooms, grapes, grape juice and other fruit juices, as well as cheeses such as Parmesan and Roquefort. Don’t miss

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What is MSG and its side effects on Kids?
Ruth Patterson(Lactation Expert) – The Importance of Breast Feeding August 8, 2012 in About Pregnancy, Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Food, Diet & Fitness, Effective Parenting, Health, Health, Health & wellness, Mom’s Care, Mom’s Corner, Parenting, Pre Conception Health, Pregnancy, Toddler Basics, Toddler Development by Mrs. Ruth Patterson

Also, the bonding of the mother and baby can be of immense value at this stage when the baby starts recognizing the mother’s touch and care the best. The encouragement for breastfeeding should be done during the pregnancy period itself by the Obstetrician and the family. This would make the mother

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Ruth Patterson(Lactation Expert) – The Importance of Breast Feeding

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