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Tweet When you wean your baby is critical for speech development There are an endless number of opinions about when to start weaning your baby and what should you introduce when? When you start weaning is critical to your baby’s speech development among many other areas of development. WHEN IS YOUR BABY READY TO START WEANING The current school of thought is...

Feb 23 2016
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Tweet WHAT YOUR CHILD EATS AFFECTS THEIR BRAIN! All parents worry about their children’s health and well being but many don’t realise just how much what their child eats effects their brain.  Everyday food can be a link to your child’s mental health, as well as their other areas of development. We know the common ones like avoid sugar, limit junk...

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Tweet Two weeks ago I began my Mum Challenge. If you’re just joining me, please feel free to catch up here! If you’re all up to speed, let’s dive into week two… Why is it that week two is always more challenging than week one?! Don’t get me wrong, I had some encouraging success this week. I saw the scale go down, I began tracking all of my food and I continued to work on my two goals from week one. I’d say that’s successful! However, I did not get the workouts...

Tweet Summer is just around the corner and we all want to lose a few pounds to fit into the perfect outfit or swimsuit. I have listed a few foods with magical fat burning properties to help you with this dreaded task of weigh loss. Just remember – not one food alone can do the job. You have to have a plan and a purpose. Make sure you are eating the proper amount of calories for your body. Here are a few Tummy Tightening Foods to help get you on the right track to a slimmer...

Tweet Artichokes can seem pretty intimidating — they’re big, green, bulbous and prickly. If this keeps you from buying them fresh at the market, it shouldn’t. We’re here to show you the different ways to clean, trim and prepare artichokes for cooking — and then we’ll show you how to eat them. The first step is learning how to clean the artichokes, which is probably the most involved part. All you have to do is remove the lower leaves, trim the spiky leaf tips with scissors, trim the stem with a knife,...

Tweet Just as I was about to extol the many virtues of Peter Kaminsky’s new book, brilliantly titled Culinary Intelligence: The Art of Eating Healthy (and Really Well), I happened upon a dose of Culinary Insanity in the food pages of today’s New York Times. In an article about an exemplary initiative to teach doctors about nutrition, a recipe appears that is so unhealthy as to render the project questionable. Who’s in charge here? Who makes the decisions about what is healthy? And why would anyone choose a drink that...