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As you introduce new foods to your baby, it’s a good idea to make a note of exactly WHAT you introduce and WHEN. This is helpful for two reasons… If your baby then experiences any digestive upsets (constipation or excessive gas, for example) or even starts to display the symptoms of an allergic reaction, then it will be easy to identify which food...

Babies really shouldn’t eat ice cream… or should they? Well, THIS highly nutritious avocado ice cream is so packed with valuable vitamins and healthy fats that it’s not just OK for your little one to eat it… you’ll be encouraging him to tuck in! Five things we love about this avocado ice cream… It tastes sweet, but it’s...

Just a quick post today to let you know that – in addition to the main Baby Food Chart we published last week – we’ve now added individual charts for each stage of baby’s first year. Although the information on the additional charts is (of course) the same, we’ve broken them down in this way to make it easier to print off the relevant information for YOUR baby at each stage of his baby food adventure. The at-a-glance charts now available are: Main Baby Food Chart for Baby’s First Year Baby Food Chart:...

We have a great resource to tell you about today which is designed to help you make the most nutritious food choices for the entire family. www.foodfacts.com (friendly link) is a non profit organization established to help consumers cut through the confusion surrounding the true nutritional value of a wide range of food ingredients and name brand food products. With its searchable database of 50,000 items, it is a true ‘one stop’ resource, where you can simply enter the name of any brand or product and receive in-depth information...

If you’d like to see our suggestions for the most appropriate foods for your little one at each stage, then check out our new ‘at a glance’ baby food chart. It lists some of the best foods for your baby as he progresses through his first year – and it’s PRINTABLE, so you can stick the chart up on your fridge for easy reference whilst...