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Breast milk and formula meet your baby’s calcium requirements for much of his first year. But as he makes the transition to solid foods and they begin to replace milk as his primary source of nutrition, then it’s important to ensure that his calcium needs are still being met. Our new ‘Calcium’ section looks at How your baby’s body uses calcium...

We received the following message from Susan in Wyoming, who was concerned about the presence of bones in a can of salmon she had just opened… I don’t like fish at all, but my pediatrician told me that’s it’s good for my child, so I’m making an effort to include it in her meals when I can! Today, I bought a can of salmon, which I thought...

These lentil nuggets are easy to make and make a very nutritious finger food for babies feeding themselves. Lentils are an excellent source of protein,...

Today’s recipe uses dried apricots, which are wonderfully versatile and nutritious. They also tend to be more readily available than fresh apricots, which can be difficult to find in some parts of the world. Dried apricots are high in beta-carotene (vitamin A) and fibre – making them a good choice if your baby is suffering from constipation but a food best...